Police said they have flagged the driver’s license for a priority review from the DMV.
The woman, 74, and man, 76, sustained head injuries when they were struck, police said.
Police do not yet know what may have caused the crash but are looking into whether Street may have experienced a medical emergency.
Police performed CPR on the man until firefighters arrived to take over life-saving efforts, but they were unsuccessful.
It was the highest number of traffic deaths the city has seen since at least 1984, the Berkeley Police Department found.
Authorities have identified the man who died Nov. 17 as Angel Barrera of Richmond. He was killed by a hit-and-run driver.
“We hope the coroner’s investigation and autopsy may reveal more,” police said Thursday.
The vehicle was a “lowered, dark-color, mid 90’s sedan, with tinted windows (possibly a Nissan Altima),” police said.
“It hasn’t hit me yet,” his daughter told Berkeleyside this week. “I just don’t know what I’m going to do without him.”
The family’s attorney has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against DoorDash and the driver. The attorney also plans to sue the city, alleging inadequate lighting and signage.
A pedestrian suffered major injuries after being hit by a driver in a van on San Pablo Avenue on Thursday afternoon, police report.
A fundraiser has been launched to help with Latitia Austin Ahmad’s funeral costs.