Fourth victim in West Portal crash identified as 2-month-old baby boy

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — The fourth victim who died in a bus stop crash in San Francisco’s West Portal neighborhood last weekend has been identified as a 2-month-old baby boy. The victim was identified as Caue Ramos Pinto de Olveire by the San Francisco Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.

The infant, who initially survived the crash after being hospitalized with life-threatening injuries, passed away Wednesday, according to the San Francisco Police Department. The infant’s father, 40-year-old Diego Cardoso de Oliveira, and brother, 1-year-old Joaquin Ramos Pinto de Oliveira died at the scene of the crash Saturday afternoon.

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The infant’s mother, 38-year-old Matilde Moncado Ramos Pinto, survived the initial crash but died the following day.

The woman who police say was behind the wheel of a white Mercedes SUV that barreled into the bus stop the family was waiting at, while driving the wrong way at high speed, was released from the hospital Thursday. Mary Fong Lau, 78, was released from police custody on Wednesday.

She is facing several charges that include reckless driving and vehicular manslaughter. According to her attorney, Lau is awaiting word from the San Francisco District Attorney on whether she will be charged.

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