A teenager riding a bicycle on his way to school was killed in a collision with a vehicle Monday morning in San Jose, a police spokesman said.
A collision between a Valley Transportation Authority light rail train and a car in San Jose sent the car’s driver to the hospital Thursday, a VTA spokeswoman said.
A man believed to have been driving under the influence struck and killed an elderly woman walking in Brentwood Wednesday morning, police said.
The girl had been walking with her aunt and 2-year-old sister in a crosswalk in the 300 block of Bluefield Drive next to the South San Jose school after classes ended for the day, San Jose police spokesman Officer Albert Morales said.
Caltrain service was disrupted Wednesday morning after a southbound train struck and killed a pedestrian on the tracks in San Bruno.
Four people suffered minor injuries Monday when a small VTA bus veered into a homeowner’s front yard in the Luna Park area of San Jose.
A driver was hospitalized, and a bystander was injured in San Jose after a minivan crashed through the lobby of the Valley Medical Center Friday morning.
The 2013 America’s Cup has faced controversy and setbacks at nearly every turn since San Francisco won the right to host the World’s premier sailing race 2010. Now, the death of a Swedish team member during training on May 9th is likely to cast a shadow over the event finals, which officially get underway on San Francisco Bay September 7th.
An overturned dump truck has caused the California Highway Patrol to close state Highway 92 in both directions this morning just west of Skyline Boulevard.
A taxi driver veered off of a roadway and into an unoccupied house in Walnut Creek Tuesday afternoon, according to a Contra Costa County Fire Protection District dispatcher.