The driver who was alleged for killing a 16-year-old boy on 20th September, 2013 in San Francisco was arrested and released on bond.
A 16 year old boy was killed on 20th September, 2013 when his family’s minivan was rear-ended at a stop light in San Francisco. Police said a 58 year old woman, slammed into the minivan at 80 mph while driving her Mercedes SUV. Few witnesses said she was traveling at a high-rate of speed for several blocks. She was booked for vehicular manslaughter and was released on $300,200 bail.
Investigators said the driver was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol, but her arrest includes gross negligence, because of her extreme speed.
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