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Waheedullah Etimad, Kayla Wilson Killed in Crash on Highway 101 Near Vermont Street


2 Killed, 9 Injured in Wrong-Way Accident in San Francisco

Fatal Car Crash, Fatal Accident, Fatal Car Accident

San Francisco, CA (February 3, 2019) – A wrong-way crash in San Francisco has killed two people and injured nine others. The fatal accident happened on the morning of February 3 on Highway 101.

The three-vehicle occurred when a vehicle was traveling south in the northbound of Highway 101 near Vermont Street. The vehicle hit two other vehicles. The wrong-way driver and another driver were killed. One victim was ejected from their vehicle.

The wrong-way driver has been identified as Kayla Wilson, 21, from San Jose. The other fatality was an Uber driver, Waheedullah Etimad.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Waheedullah Etimad and Kayla Wilson.

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