Police remain at the scene investigating.
A woman told police she was sitting in her car waiting for her daughter when a bullet came through her window.
The woman, 74, and man, 76, sustained head injuries when they were struck, police said.
This week, for the first time, two women testified in court about how they were attacked.
Police do not yet know what may have caused the crash but are looking into whether Street may have experienced a medical emergency.
The player, who is a UC Berkeley student, missed all of the 2020 football season and nearly all of 2021 due to injury. The team released him in April.
Police performed CPR on the man until firefighters arrived to take over life-saving efforts, but they were unsuccessful.
A review by the city’s Police Accountability Board can’t proceed until the man’s criminal case has concluded. A lawsuit against the city remains on hold for the same reason.
The project team is hoping to lock down the fifth and final tall building slot allowed downtown.
Police said the man punched two men and a woman in separate locations Monday afternoon, sending one of the men to the hospital.
“We know we have big challenges ahead,” Berkeley Fire Chief Abe Roman said recently. “We all have to adapt to this new normal.”
The projects could bring more than 5,400 new residents to the city and result in 465 new jobs, according to staff.