Chinese immigrant lady was the victim of the deadly collision that happened on Monday in the Sunset, according to San Francisco authorities.
Huansu The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner revealed that he was 66.
After she passed away, her family started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money.
“We are saddened by her sudden death, and her family is not ready for the huge costs that come with it,” says the crowd-funding appeal.
The campaign had raised more than $4,500 by Wednesday afternoon for He’s family.
The family directed The Standard to their private attorney for more comment and said that they are concentrating on coping with the catastrophe.
The multi-car collision occurred at 10:50 on Monday at 24th Avenue and Santiago Street, injuring him and another woman.
At the scene, he was identified as deceased. The second lady, a senior as well, was taken urgently to the hospital to be treated for her injuries.
Robert Green, a 47-year-old resident of Hayward, was the driver when he was detained on a number of counts, including drugged driving.
According to the San Francisco Police Department, DUIs are still a severe problem. “DUIs tend to go up as Christmas approaches, and the SFPD wants people to have a good time without getting drunk.”
After her spouse passed away six years ago, he immigrated to the United States. He is from China.
In the Sunset, she resided with her daughter, son-in-law, and grandkids, according to the GoFundMe site and the office of Supervisor Gordon Mar. The family and the supervisor have spoken.
In addition to being a devoted mother, Huansu is also a lovely aunt, grandmother, and friend. “She is kind, kind, and unselfish, constantly putting the needs of others before her own.”
Safe-Street Advocacy Organisation Speaks
His passing makes him the 16th pedestrian fatality in San Francisco this year and the 29th overall, including those involving cars, scooters, and motorcycles.
According to Jodie Medeiros, director of Walk SF, seniors continue to be the most vulnerable to what the organisation refers to as “traffic violence”. Older people have made up half of the city’s pedestrian fatalities so far this year.
A senior female pedestrian was struck on Saturday, October 22, near 19th Avenue and Buckingham Way, and she passed away on Monday as a result of her injuries.
Medeiros stated, “We need San Francisco to prioritise humans above fast-moving vehicles on our streets. Even more aggressive driving, notably unsafe speeding, was released by the epidemic.