Child Killed in Crash at North Park Victoria and Kennedy Drives

Kristalinna Pacheco Arrested in Fatal Milpitas Accident

Milpitas, CA (January 18, 2021) – A child was killed in a hit and run crash in Milpitas. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of January 18 at North Park Victoria and Kennedy drives. 

Kristalinna Pacheco, 36, of San Jose, was driving a stolen Lexus R35 that had been involved in a robbery. When she realized she was pursued by police, she made a right turn at North Park Victoria and Kennedy drives, hitting a 7-year-old child. The girl was taken to a local hospital, where she later died. 

Pacheco kept on driving but ditched the Lexus a mile away from the accident scene and fled on foot. She was later caught and arrested by police.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the victim.



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