Troy Johnson was killed when Guadalupe Gomez of Redwood City drove his 2007 Camry for 20 miles with a stuck accelerator at speeds of more than 100 mph before slamming into Johnson's Honda Accord on Interstate 280, according to an attorney representing the victim's family.
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