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Funeral of elderly woman descends into mayhem after ‘uninvited son’ mows mourners down with his car

Elderly woman’s funeral leads to chaos after ‘uninvited son’ mows down mourners with his car, overturns coffin and causes $20,000 in damage at Northern California cemetery

  • The son of a deceased elderly woman drove his car into a crowd of mourners on Aug. 6 after becoming involved in a family feud in Richmond, California.
  • The unidentified suspect was uninvited when he got into an argument with his sister in Rolling Hills Memorial Park
  • The son got into his car in an attempt to hit his sister, but instead bumped into another mourner and knocked over his deceased mother’s coffin

A grieving family at a funeral for an elderly woman was hit by a car driven by an uninvited relative in a Northern California cemetery on Saturday.

The uninvited participant, who may be the deceased woman’s son, was reportedly fighting with his sister in Rolling Hills Memorial Park at the time of the incident. The son then got into his car and tried to hit his sister. Instead, the unknown man hit another undertaker who suffered injuries.

“It seemed to be a family drama,” a Richmond Police Department spokesman told DailyMail.com. ‘Suspect was hit with a stick… [Then] the suspects get into a car and damage the grave and also damage a water main that flooded the area,” a Richmond Police Department spokesman said.

“He did that to try and hit the person he was fighting with his car and ended up hitting another family member and injuring them.”

The person who was hit by the car was taken to a local hospital and has since been released.

An uninvited undertaker forced his way through a group of mourners at his mother's funeral in Rolling Hills Memorial Park after he got into an argument with his sister, police say.

An uninvited undertaker forced his way through a group of mourners at his mother’s funeral in Rolling Hills Memorial Park after he got into an argument with his sister, police say.

The unknown suspect tried to hit his sister, but instead hit another participant.  Suspect caused $20,000 in damage after hitting multiple headstones and bursting a water pipe

The unknown suspect tried to hit his sister, but instead hit another participant. Suspect caused $20,000 in damage after hitting multiple headstones and bursting a water pipe

Sgt. Richmond Police Department Aaron Pomeroy told reporters the suspect had a stun gun and was beaten by the sister’s boyfriend before getting into his car.

The suspect hit the sister’s boyfriend before fleeing to his car, running over many tombstones, dropping the deceased’s coffin to the floor, hitting a mourner and hitting a water pipe.

The water main burst, flooding the area, including in the empty tomb.

About $20,000 in damage was reported.

The Rolling Hills park director reassured that the incident does not match the cemetery’s activities, Mercury News reported.

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