Third victim who died in February crash ID'd

Third victim who died in February crash ID’d

The last of three men who died after a brief car chase South of Market has been identified as an East Bay resident, according to the Medical Examiner’s Office.

Roland Zanie Jr., 23, of Pittsburgh, was identified May 2. The other two victims — David Hamilton III, 31, of Antioch and Gene Mollique Jr., 27, of Bay Point — were identified soon after the Feb. 6 crash.

According to reports at the time, the three were doing donuts in SoMa when a California Highway Patrol car came upon them. They gave chase but within minutes struck a taxi near 9th and Brannan streets.


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