A 16-year-old Abraham Lincoln High School student was killed Friday morning when a speeding driver slammed into his mother’s van.
One person was killed and two others were injured in a serious San Francisco car accident last night.
The Bay City News Service reports that the single-car crash happened shortly after 10 p.m. on Interstate 80.
The former chief financial officer of Amazon.com was killed in a bicycle accident last Wednesday.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that 50-year-old Joy Covey was riding her bike in Woodside, California, when she was killed.
South Korea’s Asiana Airlines Inc. recently announced that it will strengthen its pilot training program. This announcement comes after the July 6th crash of an Asiana Boeing 737 at the San Francisco International Airport.
A Daly City motorcyclist was severely injured after being hit by a San Francisco fire truck. KGO-TV reports that the fire truck driver appears to have been under the influence.
Surveillance video of the scene shows the ladder truck hitting the motorcyclist after running a red light. The 50-year-old motorcyclist suffered a punctured lung, neck and back injuries, and broken bones in his legs, ankles, foot and ribs.
A major truck accident shut down Highway 12 in Suisun City yesterday morning. The California Highway Patrol says that two big rigs were involved in an accident shortly after 5 a.m.
One of the trucks appears to have rear-ended another. At least one person is dead.
Two San Jose women were killed in a hit-and-run car accident early yesterday morning.
KCBS-TV reports that the women were in a Toyota Yaris which was turning at an intersection near the Mineta San Jose International Airport when it was hit by a Mercedes Sedan shortly after 3 a.m.
California motorcycle clubs are raising money for the family of a girl who was killed in a San Bernardino County motorcycle accident.
In our last post we discussed the mounting pressure that San Francisco’s biking community was placing on the SFPD after the death of a 24-year-old biker.
Members of the San Francisco Bike Coalition were appalled by the lack of investigation in the death of Amelie Le Moullac and independently found surveillance footage depicting the crash.