A homeless man ended up being killed very early Sunday by a motorist suspected to be under the influence of alcohol, whom crashed into an encampment off a San Francisco highway off-ramp, authorities stated.
Officers reacted about 1:09 a.m. and found a transient was in fact struck by the motorist of a Toyota 4-Runner which were not successful to navigate the bend regarding the westbound Fifth Street exit, the Ca Highway Patrol stated. The prey and a number of other people had been asleep during the homeless encampment as soon as the gold SUV emerged crashing through the guardrail and into the man’s tent.
The target, that has maybe not already been determined, had been pronounced lifeless during the scene. The suspect, identified as 27-year-old Jaime Juarez, ended up being arrested on suspicion of operating under the effect.
San Francisco authorities additionally reacted towards the crash, that the CHP will eventually explore, Officer Eric Anderson stated. All lanes for the westbound Fifth Street off-ramp had been closed for approximately couple of hours, but reopened to traffic about 3:51 a.m.