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San Francisco woman charged in Twin Peaks fatality

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Prosecutors say a San Francisco woman remains behind bars after being charged with the hit-and-run death of one person and the injuring of two others near San Francisco's Twin Peaks lookout point last week.

Twenty-three-year-old Gina Eunice did not enter a plea Wednesday when she appeared in court to face gross vehicular manslaughter, driving under the influence causing injury and other charges.

Police and prosecutors say Eunice was driving with three passengers around 9 p.m. Thursday when she hit a group of people, knocking them down a hillside.

One of the persons hit by the car _ 56-year-old Chinese citizen Yuee Yao _ later died in a hospital.

Eunice was arrested in a nearby parking lot after police say she left the scene. During Wednesday's court appearance she was ordered to return to court Monday.

She's being held on $2 million bail.

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