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California pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle

When someone is hit by a car or loses a loved one in a pedestrian accident, it is important for them to do everything they can to move forward. While the physical and emotional pain these incidents cause can be overwhelming, a pedestrian accident can lead to financial problems as well. Considering funeral expenses and…. Read More

California pedestrian fatally struck by vehicle

There are many reasons why people choose to ride their bike or walk. Whether they are heading to work or just trying to get some exercise, anyone who is familiar with San Francisco knows that there are quite a few pedestrians and bicyclists in the city. If you follow local news regularly, you might have…. Read More

San Mateo accident claims pedestrian’s life

Although vehicle collisions can cause serious injuries and even claim lives, when a pedestrian is struck by a car it can be particularly dangerous. In the San Francisco area, hectic roads can spell disaster for those who are walking or riding a bicycle. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon to hear about yet another pedestrian accident…. Read More

San Francisco crash claims man’s life

Every car accident can have tragic consequences, but when pedestrians are involved the outcome has the potential to be much worse. In San Francisco, there are many pedestrians and bicyclists, so drivers should be particularly vigilant of their presence and do everything they can to avoid another pedestrian accident. As two vehicles were making their…. Read More

Vehicle strikes California pedestrian and drives away

Although some people think it’s relatively safe to walk down a sidewalk, it is not that uncommon to hear about an accident that involves driver inattention or another factor, such as driving under the influence. Because so many people walk and ride bicycles in San Francisco, it’s always unfortunate to find out about another pedestrian…. Read More






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