A rollover crash on Niles Canyon Road east of Fremont Monday took the life of a woman fleeing a separate collision, police said Tuesday.Moments before the collision, witnesses told police, the 59-year-old Pleasanton woman was tailgating as she drove east on Niles Canyon Road, according to the Fremont Police Department.The Pleasanton woman sped east away from the scene, veering into the westbound lanes as she passed under a train bridge and then swerving to avoid a collision with a westbound car, sending her vehicle up a rock embankment and flipping over, landing on the roof, police said.
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2013 - FISH FINATICS FREMONT, LLC
2013 - FISH FINATICS FREEMONT, LLC
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