Daniel Strickland, 27, was driving a 2011 Volkswagen south on Highway 280 at about 8:10 p.m. Thursday when he hit the deer north of Alpine Road, the report said. About a minute after the collision, a 2006 Audi driven by Christopher Librie of Mountain View slammed into the back of Strickland's car as it sat stationary in the No. 2 lane.
Librie, who was driving about 65 mph, told the CHP he didn't see Strickland's car.
Strickland wasn't wearing his seat belt at the time of the second collision and was taken to Stanford Hospital with major head trauma, according to the report. Librie suffered minor injuries.

The collision is under investigation and it wasn't known Friday whether drugs or alcohol were a factor, the report said. No arrests have been made.
The CHP is asking anyone who witnessed the crash to call 650-369-6261 ext. 350.

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