Jimenez was a passenger in that auto, which struck the guardrail and came to rest in the middle of the road. On Thursday, February 21, 2019, at about 11:22 P.M., the Syracuse Police Department responded to 690 East near Thompson Road for a crash.
When officers arrived they found the victim, 51-year-old Jorge Jimenez of Syracuse, and he was transported to Upstate University Hospital where he was later pronounced dead.
The man at some point got out of his vehicle, the source said.
Boeheim reportedly struck the man, a source told The Post-Standard.
Field sobriety and alcohol-sensor tests, which were administered to both drivers, came back negative for impairment.
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Jimenez had been in a vehicle that lost control on the highway and hit a guard rail, coming to rest in the middle of the road, law enforcement said in a statement. "Out of respect for the grieving, there will be no further comment at this time".
The police statement said that both Boeheim and the driver of the other vehicle "remained on scene and are cooperating with this investigation". "(Boeheim's wife) Juli and I extend our deepest sympathies to the Jimenez family. Basketball coach Jim Boeheim involved in highway crash that killed one person in Syracuse last night.
No tickets have been issued to Boeheim at this time and the investigation is continuing.
Syracuse had just beaten No. 18 Louisville, 69-49, Wednesday night at the Carrier Dome. The SU men's basketball head coach lives in Fayetteville. Over his 43 years at Syracuse, Boeheim has led the team to a national title in 2003 and five Final Four appearances.