Woman Arrested Following Dead Two-Vehicle Crash Near SR-92SAN MATEO, CA (April 25, 2023) – Saturday afternoon, Eden Palmer was fatally injured in a wrong-way collision along Interstate 28 near San Mateo. According to the report, the crash happened around 2:38 p.m. on Highway 280, south of State Route 92 in the town of Woodside. The California Highway Patrol stated that a white 2010 Ford sedan went north in the southbound lanes of I-280 for reasons under investigation. Subsequently, the Ford crashed into a southbound 2019 black BMW SUV in the No. 4 lane, near SR-22. Unfortunately, the first responders declared the BMW driver dead at the scene. Later, the San Mateo County coroner’s office identified the deceased female driver as 54-year-old Eden Palmer from San Francisco. In addition, paramedics transported a 14-year-old boy in Palmer’s front passenger seat to Standorf Medical Center for significant injuries. Reports claimed that a CHP officer spotted the suspect running naked along the highway after the collision. Police later identified the Ford driver as 24-year-old Constellatia A. Martin of Campbell. Authorities detained Martin for suspected vehicle manslaughter and also took her to Stanford for treatment of major injuries. At this time, authorities are waiting for toxicology reports from the incident. Those with additional information about the Interstate 280 wrong-way crash are encouraged to contact Office M. Duque at 650-779-2700.
Sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Eden Palmer. Thoughts are with them during this very difficult time.
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