Anyone with information about the fatal collision is asked to call San Jose police.
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The fatal collision is the 13th on San Jose city streets in 2021. Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact the SJPD.
The collision, reported at 4:26pm Monday along Brokaw Road, marks 11 fatal traffic collisions in San Jose this year.
The fatal collision marked the city’s 11th traffic death this year.
The plaintiffs argued that the city was responsible for unsafe conditions at the intersection where a car struck the kids.
“Accident” is a word almost universally used to describe traffic collisions, but the word perpetuates the notion that crashes are unavoidable.
Sam Liccardo won’t require surgery but will likely wear a brace until his injuries heal, according to an update from his spokesman.
Police said the officer suffered injuries that were not considered life threatening.
This marks the city’s 16th traffic fatality in 2021.
The defendant, Roberto Joseph Garcia, driving a 2017 Honda, was allegedly fleeing from a Santa Clara County Sheriff’s deputy.
The driver of the car fled the scene and police are looking for leads.
The collision was reported about 5pm on April 8 in the 1100 block of South First Street in San Jose.
The crash was reported at about 11:35pm at the intersection of Curtner Avenue and Monterey Road in the city’s South Side.
Police urge anyone with information about the incident to call the department’s Traffic Unit at 408.277.4654.
If convicted, Jenny Higgins Bradanini could face six years in prison.
Passing out signs and moralizing “pedestrian education” do little to help if our city is too feckless to do what actually saves lives.