The old man eats once a day after a San Francisco truck kills his working wife


A 73-year-old Asian man is barely rubbing after a San Francisco city truck attacked and killed his wife earlier this year.

what happened: Rui Xia Zhen, 67, the only earner in the family, died after being injured in the Tenderloin incident on March 1.

  • Jen was in the process of caring for another elderly person-a job she had for 10 years-when something unfortunate happened around 7:25 am

  • Surveillance footage shows that a public works agency (DPW) pickup truck struck her as she crossed Geary Street after leaving her hometown of Walgreens.

  • According to the report, a 67-year-old woman suffered a life-threatening injury and was taken to San Francisco General Hospital, where she later died. SF Weekly..

Left behind: 41-year-old Jen’s husband, Colin Huang, has been struggling since the tragic incident.

  • The couple married in 1978 and moved to San Francisco in 2004.

  • A 73-year-old woman lives on a $ 434 retirement check each month, eating a glass of oatmeal in the morning and rice in the afternoon.

  • “I had a very nice family. Now it’s falling apart. That’s the problem,” Fang said. Mission local“And I’m in my 70s. I don’t know my future.”

City response: San Francisco is reportedly willing to take responsibility for the purpose of the settlement, but does not agree to admit it in court.

  • A forensic economics report by Robert W. Johnson and Associates estimates that if Fang lives to be 85, Jen’s lost income is $ 1.65 million.

  • Joseph Breall told Mission Local that he started a settlement request for $ 6 million and then fell to $ 2 million, but the city went up to $ 950,000.

  • A city lawyer spokesman, John Kote, said there was a “productive debate” and he hoped that “a good solution could be reached.”

Fang is waiting for a trial next summer. For now, he is at home with his son Ray. Ray quit his job in New Jersey during this time to support his father.

Featured images by Huang Zheng Fang

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