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Emilie Ross, Judson Bergman, Mary Miller, Taxi Driver Killed in Crash on Highway 101 Near Paul Avenue

Intoxicated Wrong-Way Driver Causes Fatal San Francisco Accident

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San Francisco, CA (October 3, 2019) – Four people were killed in a wrong-way crash in San Francisco. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of October 3 on Highway 101.

A taxi cab was hit head-on by a Volkswagen Cabrio going the wrong way on northbound Highway 101, near Paul Avenue. Police officers were informed about the wrong-way driver but couldn’t catch up to the car.

The wrong-way driver was identified as 34-year-old Emilie Ross from Hillsborough. Police determined her to be intoxicated. The taxi driver was a 43-year-old man from San Carlos. His passengers were 62-year-old Judson Bergman and his wife, 57-year-old Mary Miller, both from Chicago. All four died in the crash.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Emilie Ross, Judson Bergman, Mary Miller and the taxi driver.

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