The day after a fatal collision killed a San Francisco man, police said that the intersection remained the site of an investigation into the crash.
It was 5:22 p.m. Wednesday when a 90-year-old SF resident since identified by the San Francisco Medical Examiner's office as David Grinberg was struck at the intersection of Baker and Fell Streets, police said Thursday morning.
According to the San Francisco Police Department, a 28-year-old woman "was driving down the street when she contacted" Grinberg.
Grinberg was transported to an area hospital, and died at 11:30 that night, the Chron reports.
Additional details on the crash, including which party had the traffic signal, were not provided by police. The SFPD did confirm, however, that the driver had not been arrested following the fatal collision.
As of 6:22 a.m. Thursday, police said via Twitter that the intersection remained the site of an investigation into the crash. At 6:57, police tweeted that the scene had been cleared and that traffic to the area was no longer disrupted.