SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Most pedestrians killed were crossing illegally, mid-block. Some are jogging, others were running from someone. The most heart-wrenching was a family crossing the street on New Year’s Eve, when a 6 year old girl died after police say a driver registered with Uber hit them in the crosswalk.
San Francisco pedestrian crashes, and fatal crashes are increasing, and causing city leaders and advocacy groups to demand change.READ MORE: UPDATE: CHP Arrest Second Suspect Involved in Scotts Valley Highway 17 Chase and Shootout
Which intersections and streets are most dangerous? This interactive “zone” map shows the most dangerous blocks from Walk First, while this CBSSF.com interactive map gives exact locations and story links.READ MORE: Registration Deadline Approaches For San Francisco School Board Recall Election, Assembly Contest
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