DUI Hit-and-Run Crash on San Bruno Avenue Kills 1; Driver Arrested
SAN BRUNO, CA (June 28, 2022) – Mikhail Maalouli died and Matthew Fredricksen was arrested after a DUI hit-and-run crash on San Bruno Avenue.
Officials said a police pursuit started around 10:00 p.m. on June 19th along San Bruno Avenue.
According to reports, a man stole merchandise from Tanforan Center and fled in a stolen 2012 Toyota Highlander with Fredricksen as the driver.
Officers tried to stop and pull the car over but Fredricksen fled at a high speed, causing a police pursuit.
As the chase ended, Fredricksen’s vehicle ran through a stoplight at San Bruno Avenue and T-boned Maalouli’s vehicle.
Due to the extent of their injuries sustained, officers pronounced Maalouli dead on scene. Additionally, an unidentified man and woman from Maalouli’s vehicle sustained minor injuries.
Meanwhile, Fredricksen instantly fled the scene but was later taken into custody.
34-year-old Fredricksen now faces charges of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, DUI of a drug causing injury, inflicting great bodily injury and hit-and-run driving resulting in death.
San Bruno Police continue to investigate the fatal accident and will release updates once available.
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