From NBC San Diego:
A Chula Vista woman killed by a suspected DUI driver was on her way to care for her mother-in-law before the fatal crash, neighbors told NBC 7 Thursday.
The death of Enid Diane Mayer-Sheaf, 61, has devastated those who knew and loved her.
“She was a quiet person, very family-oriented person, very loving, very kind,” said her neighbor Sheri. “She would do anything for anyone.”
Mayer-Sheaf died Wednesday after a Fiat 500 crossed the center divider and slammed into the Chevrolet Nova she was driving on Carmel Valley Road. The Fiat’s driver, Anthony Rodriguez, is accused of DUI and gross vehicular manslaughter in the crash.
Neighbors told NBC 7 that evening, Mayer-Sheaf was on her way to Carmel Valley to visit her mother-in-law, a trip she made multiple times a week.
In a strange coincidence, the victim had just witnessed another DUI crash three weeks ago. Neighbor Krys Rodrigues said her husband was hit by a driver suspected of being under the influence, and Mayer-Sheaf and her husband were there to comfort her. ….MORE
Case Number: 15-01689
Name: Enid Diane Mayer-Sheaf
City of Residence: Chula Vista
Place of Death: 14100 Carmel Valley Road, San Diego CA
Place of injury: 14100 Carmel Valley Road, San Diego CA
Date/Time of Death: 7/22/2015 6:54:00 PM
Date/Time injury: 7/22/2015 1824
Summary: The decedent was a married, 61-year-old, Caucasian female who resided Chula Vista. On 07/22/2015, she was the restrained driver and sole occupant of a Chevrolet sedan that was traveling westbound on Carmel Valley Road when a Fiat 500 that was traveling eastbound crossed into her lane and collided with her vehicle head on. A 911 call was placed and when paramedics arrived, her death was confirmed.
Investigating Agency: San Diego Police
Next of kin notified? Yes