(KRON) — The woman who died in a wrong-way collision on Interstate 280 Saturday afternoon has been identified by the San Mateo Coroner’s Office.
Eden Palmer, 54, of San Francisco died after a white Ford driving north in the southbound lanes collided head on into the BMW SUV she was driving. A 14-year-old boy was in the car with her, and he was taken to Stanford Medical Center for treatment of “major” injuries.
Police later identified the driver of the Ford as a woman named Constellatia A. Martin, a 24-year-old woman from Campbell.
Martin was detained at the scene and arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter and other potential charges. She was also taken to Stanford with “major” injuries.
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It is unknown if drugs or alcohol were factors in the crash as a toxicology report is still pending. Anyone with more information about this crash is asked to contact Officer Duque at 650-779-2700.