Man dead after being hit by a vehicle in East Palo Alto (East Palo Alto, CA)

A man lost his life after getting hit by a vehicle early Monday in East Palo Alto. As per the initial information, the fatal auto-pedestrian collision was reported at around 5:09 a.m. on East Bayshore Road and Oakwood Drive. The early reports showed that a man wearing dark clothing was pushing a shopping cart in […]

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