October 2, 2014
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A woman is facing a vehicular manslaughter charge in a crash on a San Francisco street that killed a teenager and injured six others.
Police say 58-year-old Jennie Zhu was driving at speeds as high as 80 mph when she rear-ended a minivan on Sept 27.
Prosecutors announced on Monday that she will be arraigned later in the week on vehicle manslaughter and reckless driving charges.
The crash killed 16-year-old Kevin San and injured his mother and sister, all of whom were in the minivan. Three people in a catering van that was also struck were also injured.
Zhu has been free on $300,000 bail. A phone listing for her could not be found.
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