Eden Palmer Death – The victim of a fatal accident that occurred on the wrong side of Interstate 280 in Woodside on Saturday afternoon has been identified by the authorities. The San Francisco resident Eden Palmer, who was 54 years old, was named as the victim by the coroner. The collision took place on southbound Interstate 280, approximately a mile and a half south of Highway 92 and close to the Woodside Road exit.
The accident also caused injuries to Palmer’s son, who is 14 years old. He was suffering from relatively minor injuries when he was taken to the hospital. His name was withheld from public view. Constellatia A. Martin, 24, from Campbell was driving the wrong way and was arrested after the accident, according to the police. She was transferred to Stanford Medical Center with significant injuries.
Eden Palmer Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
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On Tuesday afternoon, a head-on incident involving three vehicles occurred on Woodside Road, which resulted in the road being stopped for around one hour. At approximately 3:10 in the afternoon, the Redwood City Police Department sent out a notice informing drivers that the route in question was temporarily closed to traffic “due to (a) traffic accident.”
According to Deputy Chief Greg DaCunha of the Redwood City Fire Department, a collision occurred between two automobiles that were heading in different directions on Woodside Road near Middlefield Road. One of the vehicles drifted into the other lane, which led to the collision. According to the Redwood City Police, two adult drivers had to be freed from their vehicles using the Jaws of Life and were taken to Stanford Hospital for treatment of injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening. None of the drivers exhibited any signs of impairment, and it is currently unknown how they are doing.
At the incident, many emergency response units were dispatched. “It was a more serious accident,” DaCunha explained. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCPD) informed the public shortly after 4 o’clock that the route was once again accessible.
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