San Francisco police arrested a second suspect Wednesday in the destruction of a San Francisco Municipal Railway bus following last month’s Giants’ World Series win.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board of directors honored bus driver Alan Yam with a proclamation for keeping his eight passengers safe and evacuating them from the bus before it was destroyed by fire.
A man accused of smashing the windshield of a Muni bus last week after the Giants’ World Series victory pleaded not guilty to felony vandalism charges, but his attorney said that he acknowledges responsibility for the incident.
San Francisco Municipal Railway is out about $1 million because its insurance does not cover the damage caused by vandals who set a bus on fire during revelry after the Giants’ World Series win, a Muni spokesman said Monday.
BART set a new record ridership thanks to Giants fans who streamed into San Francisco for Wednesday’s big victory parade.
A baby Francois’ langur monkey born at the San Francisco Zoo last month that some believe brought the Giants luck in their World Series bid has been named after relief pitcher Sergio Romo.
It’s the calm after the storm, the morning after the crazy party you never really wanted to see end.
All told, more than 1 1/2 tons of confetti filled the street following the Giants parade.
BART, Caltrain, Muni and Golden Gate ferries all saw huge crowds as revelers headed to San Francisco for the Giants victory parade.
Throngs of people, estimated at more than one million, lined San Francisco’s Market Street Wednesday to watch the ticker tape parade celebrating the San Francisco Giants 2012 World Series Championship.