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Woman Killed in a Hit-And-Run Accident

August 15, 2022 Dev Jain

The driver who caused the Interstate 880 accident still hasn’t been identified

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Early Thursday morning, a woman died due to a hit-and-run collision in south Fremont, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The officers were dispatched around 1:46 a.m. after a body was reported on the ground on the right-hand side of Interstate Highway 880 just south of Fremont Blvd.

In multiple online posts and an email by officer Kylie Musselman, the CHP pronounced the pedestrian dead on site, however, she was not identified Thursday morning. In addition, on Thursday morning, the Alameda County Coroner’s Bureau was not able to locate the victim’s name immediately.

Musselman stated that the CHP believe the woman might have been hit by a big rig or semi-truck, and it’s possible that the driver did not realize they had hit someone. The CHP asked trucks in the nearby area to check their vehicles for damage, but as of 9 a.m. Thursday, there were no drivers who reported.

It is the second incident on the I-880 in a week after a pickup truck fatally struck a man standing in a lane of traffic, according to the CHP.

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