Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan, 72, Killed in Pedestrian Crash
ALAMEDA, CA (November 3, 2021) – A pedestrian crash killed Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan at Shoreline Drive and Grand Street.
The incident happened when Supervisor Wilma Chan was walking her dog at the intersection of Shoreline Drive and Grand Street in Alameda.
Woman Hit by Car at Shoreline and Grand
For an unknown reason, a vehicle then struck the victim. Firefighters along with the paramedics arrived at the scene and found her unresponsive on the ground.
Supervisor Wilma Chan sustained a serious head injury as a result of the pedestrian crash. The accident took place at around 8 a.m.
Medical personnel soon rushed her to the Highland Hospital, where she died. Meanwhile, the woman driving the car stopped and stayed at the site following the incident.
Police affirmed that she cooperated with the officers. The cause of the Alameda pedestrian accident is still under investigation.
Wilma Chan was known as a mentor and fighter for the underserved. She represented District 3– Alameda, San Leandro, a portion of Oakland, including Chinatown.
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