Elizabeth Platt, Hanko Abe Killed in Crash at Second and Mission Streets

Troy Ramon McAlister Arrested in Fatal San Francisco Accident 

San Francisco, CA (December 31, 2020) – Two women were killed in a pedestrian crash in San Francisco. The fatal accident occurred on the afternoon of December 31 at Second and Mission streets

Elizabeth Platt, 60, and Hanko Abe, 27, were crossing the intersection when they were hit by a stolen Honda driven by Troy Ramon McAlister, 45. McAllister had run a red light and T-boned another vehicle, causing him to lose control and hit the pedestrians. Both women became airborne. They were killed in the crash.  

McAlister fled the accident scene but was later arrested by police. He was arrested for car theft and violating the terms of his parole.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Elizabeth Platt and Hanko Abe.

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