Have You Been Injured in a Pedestrian Crash? We Want to Talk to You

ped.jpgHave you, or someone you know, been injured by a car while walking in SF or the Bay Area? Tell your story in a Streetfilm. We want to make pedestrian injury statistics come alive with actual experiences. Here is your chance to help make San Francisco safer for pedestrians.

As we’ve been reporting,  San Francisco is the fourth most dangerous city for pedestrians in the U.S. The victim in one of the latest crashes is a former Oakland Tribune reporter.

We want to put faces on the victims of these crashes and tell their stories but we need your help getting them to come forward.

Please email to tips@sf.streetsblog.org.

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