According to witnesses, the driver of the car that swerved into multiple pedestrians on the Venice boardwalk was "moving purposely." One person was killed and at least 10 others injured when a man drove his car past five concrete barriers and onto the crowded boardwalk.
California streets can be a dangerous place for pedestrians. According to a new study, many Americans raise the risks of a serious injury by trying to multi-task while walking.
In a shocking near-miss, two pedestrians and a dog narrowly avoided being run over by an elderly driver. The two pedestrians were not crossing a street at the time-instead, they were walking carefully on the sidewalk in San Rafael.
In the age of texting-while-walking, it should come as no surprise that pedestrians have forgotten how to look twice for cars before crossing the road. Usually, however, their multiple senses will tell them that a car is approaching, causing them to jump back in time to avoid a pedestrian-and-car accident. As cars change, however, so do our abilities to perceive them.
A pedestrian was hit and killed near Koreatown in Los Angeles this weekend. Authorities are still searching for the hit and run driver.
Authorities recently charged a 37-year-old woman with murder for causing a severe pedestrian accident that resulted in the wrongful death of two pedestrians.