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Mary Miller Killed in Alleged DUI Crash on Highway 101in San Francisco

Mary Miller ID’d as 1 of 4 Victims Killed in San Francisco Car Accident on Highway 101 near Paul Avenue

San Francisco, California (October 3, 2019) – Authorities have identified one of the four people who were killed early Thursday morning in a traffic crash involving a wrong-way motorist in San Francisco as Mary Miller, 57, of Chicago.

The deadly accident happened at around 12:30 a.m. on Highway 101 near Paul Avenue.

Reportedly, an intoxicated woman was driving a Volkswagen southbound in the northbound lanes of Highway 101 when she collided head-on with a taxi carrying Miller and another person.

As a result of the crash, one of the passengers in the taxi was ejected from the vehicle.

Both drivers died in the crash. Miller and the other passenger were also killed in the wreck.

All lanes of northbound U.S. 101 were closed for about seven hours as the investigation and cleanup took place. The roads were reopened at around 7:00 a.m.

An investigation into the crash is ongoing.

Alpine Law Group Sends strength and condolences to the accident victims and their families

Alpine Law Group sends strength and condolences to the accident victims and their families. Our firm stands ready to help those affected by tragedy obtain the justice they deserve. We can also help you obtain a copy of the police report free of charge. Call us 24/7 at 800-984-4123 to be directly connected with an attorney for a no-obligation consultation. There are no up-front fees and you pay us nothing if we don't win. You may also contact us via text message and online chat 24/7. We look forward to speaking with you.


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