SAN JOSE — A 15-year-old boy was arrested Saturday in connection to final week’s South San Jose hit-and-run that left a pregnant lady and her child lifeless, police mentioned.
The crash occurred round 8:42 p.m. on Tuesday within the space of Blossom Hill Highway and Winfield Boulevard. In accordance with police, the girl, later recognized as 21-year-old San Jose resident April Zoglauer, was driving a 2008 Nissan sedan eastbound on Blossom Hill when she was hit by an individual driving a 2013 white Hyundai sedan south on Winfield.
The Hyundai sedan, which police say was a car that had was stolen however had not but been reported as such, ran a pink mild on the intersection. Two males left the scene on foot after the crash, police mentioned.
Zoglauer was transported to a hospital, the place she was later pronounced lifeless. Her baby was efficiently delivered in an emergency surgical procedure however died from its accidents the following day, in keeping with police.
Police mentioned Monday that the 15-year-old driver of the stolen Hyundai was arrested on Friday. He was booked into Santa Clara County Juvenile Corridor for “varied crimes,” although police didn’t specify the precise prices he could possibly be going through.
There was no phrase on the standing of the opposite male that fled the scene.
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