Fremont woman dies in crash after armed assailant gets stranded on I-880 median

FREMONT — The Alameda County Coroner’s Office confirmed Friday that a 20-year-old woman died after being hit by a car in January. An armed assailant allegedly left her and her friend on the median of Interstate 880 at night.

Fremont’s Diamond Kiilani Kamehaiku Cisco was fatally injured at about 10:00 pm on January 12 while standing on the left shoulder of southbound I-880 near the Dixon Landing Road exit. Kamehaiku Sisko and his friend, who police did not name, were ejected from the vehicle at gunpoint and another driver who was left unable to move the van out of the passing lane, officials said. hand accused.

Police say disputes are all over plastic “Children At Play” signs, which typically sell for about $30 at retailers.

About 20 minutes before the crash, Kamehaiku Sisko and her friend were driving through the Fremont neighborhood when they allegedly noticed a sign in the middle of the street and smashed it. Authorities said the pair had boarded Interstate 880 and started driving down the freeway when another vehicle crossed in front of them and hit the brakes.

The driver of the other car got out with a pistol and ordered him out of the van. He recovered the sign, returned to the vehicle and drove off after receiving the van keys from a friend of Kamehaiku Sisko, officials said.

After he left, Kamehaiku Sisko and her friend were stranded near the median with no way to move the van parked in the fast lane. As they struggled to figure out how to get back safely, an oncoming Toyota Prius swerved over to the shoulder to avoid the van and crashed into Kamehaikushiko, officials said.

Police have not announced any arrests and no charges have been filed so far.

Kamehaku Cisco’s online obituary described her as a passionate “born leader” who saw the good in others, was employed at an Amazon fulfillment center in Newark, and worked with children at a local church. doing.

“Diamond lived an extraordinary life by her spirit and willingness to be kind to everyone she met,” the obituary read, later “Diamond gave her everything. She got the job done.” Never left, she will do her best. Fremont woman dies in crash after armed assailant gets stranded on I-880 median

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