We are still searching for information about this crash. If you knew the person who was killed here, please share what information you can so we can better understand the circumstances that led up to the crash and remember the life we lost.
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Since San Francisco instituted its Vision Zero program in 2014, 272 people have been killed by car violence on its streets. Despite pouring millions into Vision Zero, San Francisco continues to lose someone to car violence every 12.39 days.
This project is a work in progress to identify the victims of car violence and understand the circumstances surrounding each crash. This information will help us focus our advocacy work and pressure our elected officials to start taking this public health crisis seriously.
If you knew one of these victims, please share what information you can to help us learn about their lives and the circumstances of their crash and if are able to do so, please support this project so we can continue doing this work.
We are very sorry for your loss and thank you for sharing what information you can to help us put an end to this public health crisis that is killing 40,000 Americans every year.
We are asking for the public's help to put a face and name to these victims of traffic violence to raise awareness of the life they lived. These were real people, that had families and friends, they're not just data points on a map.
Please share what information you can about this crash and the person we lost here. Thank you for helping us with this important research. We'll follow up as soon as possible.
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This project took hundreds of hours to research the victims, analyze the data and build this map. No one hired us to make this. We made this because we care deeply about ending car violence on our streets and we need your help.
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