41 year old Female Pedestrian Hit by a Vehicle Resulting in Death in Fremont

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41 year old Female Pedestrian Hit by a Vehicle Resulting in Death in Fremont

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The Fremont Police Department released a statement regarding a fatal traffic accident on Friday, Dec. 2 near Blacow Road and Royal Palm Drive that took the life of a 41-year-old woman from Fremont. According to the incident report, the woman was waiting on a corner for the light to change when she started walking across the crosswalk. Dispatch received reports of a vehicle and pedestrian collision shortly after, and responding officers found the woman with major injuries. While tragedy cannot be undone, FPD maintains that their investigation revealed the driver did stay on scene and cooperate with police directives. The driver did not show any signs of being impaired. This is the seventh time someone has died in a car accident in Fremont this year. The police are still investigating. 

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