Vernon Gee arrested on suspicion of felony hit-and-run in south San Francisco
According to San Bruno Patch, on Monday morning, a car struck a pedestrian on Highway 101 near Grand Avenue resulting in one dead.
As mentioned in the article, the collision was reported at 3:12 a.m. on southbound Highway 101 near Grand Avenue.
Vernon Gee of San Francisco allgedly hit 69-year-old south San Francisco man, Roosevelt Kairy, and continued driving, California Highway Patrol Officer Tony Montano stated.
Reportedly, Vernon Gee allegedly took his friend home and then called the CHP to notify them of the possible incident. CHP officials found Kairy dead at the site of the possible collision.
According to Montano, Kairy suffered from Alzheimer’s disease and had walked away from his home.
A Sig-alert was issued from 3:59 a.m. to 5:39 a.m. because all southbound lanes were blocked on Highway 101.
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