SSFPD Media Release: Vehicular Manslaughter

South San Francisco, CA  March 11, 2022 Submitted by SSFPD

On March 8, 2022 at about 8:00 pm, the South San Francisco Police Department responded to the 1200 block of Hillside Boulevard on the report of a major injury traffic collision involving a single vehicle.

 

An investigation revealed two vehicles were racing each other westbound on Hillside Boulevard when one of them lost control, striking a wall and a tree. The collision resulted in the fatality of a 15-year-old passenger and major injuries to the second adult passenger. The adult driver was placed under arrest and booked at the San Mateo County Jail for 192(c)(1) PC, Vehicular Manslaughter with Negligence.

 

This is an ongoing investigation and officers are asking anyone with information regarding the collision to contact the South San Francisco Police Department at (650) 877- 8900.

 

 

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Ozz
Ozz
8 months ago

I seen the aftermath , maroon colored car was like half a car. Straight up mangled. I didn’t imagine there would be any survivors in that vehicle, didn’t see the second vehicle though.

Mkichael B Wisper
Mkichael B Wisper
8 months ago

So THIS is what SSF is coming to?! Wait till the low-incomers move in to the HUDREDS of apartment buildings the stupid CC approved and are currently destroying our skyline if you think THIS kind of thing is bad news. We ain’t seen NOTHING yet!

John Junier
John Junier
8 months ago

Alot more police attention needs to be paid to Sister City Blvd and Hillside. It has turned into a major speedway. This applies to both SSFPD and Colma PD. RADAR and cameras would be helpful also. Thank you

C G
C G
8 months ago
Reply to  John Junier

Speeding is one of the top complaints in SSF. We can resolve speeding by adding traffic signals at artery roadways such as Chestnut and commercial and all the intersections at sister cities and hillside. Please call the city manager Mike Futrell at 650-676-0173. This is his direct number and will field your concern. Apparently they don’t have enough people complaining so officials keep kicking the can down the road. Please call and let’s keep our families safe not just in cars but for pedestrians and bicyclist.