JUST BECAUSE YOU ARE IN THE CROSSWALK

DOES NOT MEAN YOU ARE SAFE

Kim Rivers

Kim Rivers

 

6-12-13 The Struggle Was Lost

 

 

Look At This Video Before You Visit Lake Chabot

IT MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE

Give It A Second To Down Load About As Much Time

It Would Have Taken For The Driver That Killed Kim To See

She Was In The Cross Walk

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San Leandro woman dies days after being hit near Lake Chabot Regional Park

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By Katie Nelson

Check back for updates.
Contact Katie Nelson at 925-945-47825 or follow her at Twitter.com/katienelson210.


Oakland Tribune
Posted: 06/12/2013 10:52:45 PM PDT
Updated: 06/13/2013 03:59:15 PM PDT

Edited By Further Investigation And Testimony

CASTRO VALLEY -- A San Leandro mother of two was struck by a car while anticipating a walk at Lake Chabot on June 7 died Wednesday the 12th, the Alameda County Coroner confirmed.
Kimberly Rivers, 41, was walking with her daughter near the entrance to the regional park, located at 17500 Lake Chabot Road, around 7:20 p.m.

While still in cross walk the two were HIT, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Both pedestrians were awake and alert when paramedics arrived and were taken to a trauma center to Ednen down the street

.

The condition of the other pedestrian was unavailable Wednesday night.


According to CHP officer Eric Morales, the investigation into the accident is ongoing, but the driver of the car that hit both Rivers and her daughter

was not driving under the influence of any alcohol or drug and he says he was going 25mph for over a 1000 feet yet still didn't stop.

An autopsy is scheduled to determine Rivers' cause of death. As oppose of the story of the 25mph story and soberness.

After visiting the scene you see no speed bumps no warning that a park is the vicinity and no cops to keep a presence to keep out pedophiles and slow down speeding drivers.

What is the 144 million dollars being used for the budget clearly is used to keep the visitors to the park safe.

 

Friends of Kimberly Rivers In her honor will press for stop signs speed bumps and or crossing guards to be mandated to help prevent more tragedies as well as seek signatures to bring awareness to pedistrians right away especially #InTheCrosswalk

Kimberly Rivers was anticipating celebrating her daughters birthday on the 17th of June and her owns June 29th.

 

More News CHP Of Castro Valley Continues Its Investigation By Calling Continuously the victim and daughter the same in one before a burial has even take place for her mother.

What a cold unthoughtful uncosiderate investigation maybe If a CHP officer was on duty maybe they wouldnt have to be so disgraceful in thier investigation.

Call Below and ask CHP of Castro Valley how many tickets they have written last month for speeding or failing to yeild to pedestrians

 

 

 

Comments+ Leave a Comment
Donny Beckwith June 11, 2013 at 07:56 am
I hate driving or walking around that intersection. It seems to be way too far to walk across without any signal, and the width of the road seems to encourage more than a few to fly through there. I hope both recovery fully!
Sarah Hyre DC June 12, 2013 at 10:37 am
I agree. I always feel nervous when crossing there. It's a dangerous intersection and should have a traffic light or a lit up cross walk. I hope all make a full recovery and some changes are made so it's easier to see pedestrians there.

 

 


By Robert Souza

San Leandro Times

Two women from San Leandro were struck and injured by a car on Friday evening on Lake Chabot Road. By Robert Souza San Leandro Times Two San Leandro women were injured Friday evening when they were struck by a car as they crossed the street near the entrance to Lake Chabot Park in Castro Valley. One of the pedestrians sustained major injuries and remains at Eden Hospital. The other woman was treated and released. California Highway Patrol Officer Eric Morales said the driver, Robert Jones, 45, also of San Leandro, was driving north on Lake Chabot Road at about 25 miles per hour when his 2007 Toyota struck the women in a crosswalk. Morales said the driver ROBERT JONES AGE 45 was traveling at the posted speed limit and that alcohol was not a factor in the 7:30 p.m. accident, which is still under investigation

Lets Find Out Who Is Responsible

General Manager

 

Robert (Bob) E. Doyle

Robert E. Doyle

General Manager
East Bay Regional Park District

Welcome to the East Bay Regional Park District. As I look at the growth of this agency over the past decades, I am extremely proud of this agency.

The Park District was founded in 1934 in the middle of the Great Depression by everyday citizens who wanted to protect open space and offer recreation for their health and well-being.

They were visionaries before their time.

Nearly eighty years later, the result is the current East Bay Regional Park District which provides the green fabric of the East Bay

with more recreation opportunities than those citizens of yesteryear could have ever imagined.

We have had an exciting, busy, and challenging 2011. We are engaged in the multi-year process of updating of our Master Plan, which will be our planning guide over the next 10 years. In March, we opened a new boating center at Martin Luther King Jr. Regional Shoreline in Oakland, with kayaking, canoeing and other water-oriented activities offered to residents, especially our urban youth. The Delta came to life with the opening of our new Delta Discovery Experience outdoor hands-on educational exhibit at Big Break Regional Shoreline Park in

As always, we continued our unwavering commitment to protecting open space and the environment. And this year we introduced the national movement of Healthy Parks Healthy People to the East Bay,

an initiative founded by Parks Victoria in Australia that seeks to foster understanding about the benefits parks and open space have on

individual physical and mental health, as well as on the health of our communities and the environment as a whole.

In these difficult economic times, the benefits of parks are more evident than ever; parks give families a chance to enjoy nature and stay healthy together with free and very low-cost options for recreation and exercise. The Park District is committed to maintaining its standard of sound financial management to ensure that families continue to have opportunities to get healthy outdoors.

I hope you will explore our website and discover our wonderful East Bay Parks

Oakley.. 

Sincerely,

Robert E. Doyle
General Manager
East Bay Regional Park District

 

ROBERT AND MR BOyAL Of THE RISK DEPT SAID

"BECAUSE KIM DINT MAKE IT ACROSS THE STREET" BEFORE BEING HIT

ALEMeDA

IS RESPONSIBLE

AND THEIR 144 MILLION DOLLAR BUDGET

CANT BE USED TO PUT UP A STOP LIGHT OR STOP SIGN OR SPEED BUMP

 

WHAT ARE THESE PEOPLE BELOW DISCUSSING IN THESE MEETINGS ?

HOW CAN YOU MOVE ON IN ANY AGENDA

IF YOU CAN NOT SECURE A SAFE PASSAGE INTO THE PARK?

 

inthecrosswalk

 

 

RIGHT AFTER KIMBERLY RIVERS DIED

YET ANOTHER VISTOR TO LAKE CHABOT WAS HIT

READ BELOW

Castro Valley: Woman hit near Eden Medical Center

By Katie Nelson Oakland Tribune
Posted:   06/15/2013 09:41:27 PM PDT
Updated:   06/15/2013 10:19:34 PM PDT

CASTRO VALLEY -- A woman was hit while walking along Lake Chabot Road Saturday evening, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The woman, who has not been identified, was taken to Eden Medical Center, just a few hundred feet from where she was hit, to be treated for unknown injuries, according to a CHP dispatcher.

It is unknown if the driver stopped or what led to the collision.

This is the second time in less than two weeks where a woman has been hit along Lake Chabot Road.

On June 7, San Leandro resident Kimberly Rivers, 41, was hit by a passing vehicle and though she was rushed to Eden Medical Center, she succumbed to her injuries a week later.

Check back for updates.

Contact Katie Nelson at knelson@bayareanewsgroup.com or follow her at Twitter.com/katienelson210


 

 

STILL WAITING FOR APPROVAL

TO POST HOW LAKE CHABOT SPOKES PERSON SAYS THIS ACCIDENT IS NOT OUR JURISDICTION BUT YET THEY PUT UP A DOGGIE POO COLLECTOR ON THE OPPOSITESIDE OF THE STREET

AFTER ATEENDING MEETINGS SEEKING A CHANGE FOR KIM RIVERS IN HER MEMORY

THIS IS WHO LAKE CHABOT BOARD POINTS THE FINGER AT

 


Kim Rivers

 

Highway Patrol
chp.ca.gov - Info
21020 Redwood Rd, Castro Valley, CA
(510) 581-9028

NATE MILEY SHOWS WHY HE EARNS HIS PAY AND DESERVES HIS JOB

LESS THAN A YEAR LATER

A CHANGE HAS BEEN MADE

HERE ARE THE NEW PLANS SINCE THE PASSING OF KIM RIVEERS

AND OTHER INDIVIDUALS HIT WHILE GOING TO VISIT LAKE CHABOT

2-14-14

THE NEW CHANGES OFFERED BY PUBLIC WORKS

#kimrivers

click image above to see clearer plans made on behalf of Kim Rivers

 

email: gcitymanage@yahoo.com for questions and or comments SUBJECT LINE #inthecrosswalk

AND THEY SAY THE SOUTH IS SLOW..... WELL MAYBE CALIFORNIA NEED TO BE MO LIKE THE SOUTH

Many drivers aren’t sure what to do when they encounter a pedestrian. In 1995 the Georgia legislature changed the crosswalk law such that drivers must “stop and stay stopped” for pedestrians, not just yield to them. Be sure you know the law. You’ll avoid a ticket and maybe save a life. - See more at: http://peds.org/issues/respect-pedestrians/pedestrian_right_of_way/#sthash.jgWL2L30.dpuf

 

KIMS WASNT ABLE TO SURVIVE HER HIT IN THE CROSS WALK LIKE THIS YOUNG LADY 3 DAYS BEFORE HER BIRTHDAY IN 2012

 

 

LOOK AT THE DRIVER OF THIS CROSS WALK ACCIDENT

 

BEWARE THIS DRIVER IS ON THE ROAD STILL AS WELL AS THE DRIVER THAT HIT KIM AND HER DAUGHTER

 

Girl Hit By Car

 

 

 

Isis

 

 

 

 

Isis

 

 

 

Intitative C

 

Harsher Penalties For Individuals Who Hit Any One Who Is In The Cross Walk

 

VOTE OR DIE

 

WE MUST DO SOMETHING TO MAKE THEM THINK TWICE BEHIND THE WHEEL


 

BRENTWOOD, Calif. -- A woman who was struck and killed by an alleged DUI driver in Brentwood on Wednesday has been identified as 74-year-old Judy Jensen, a Contra Costa County coroner's deputy said Thursday.

Jensen was in a crosswalk at the intersection of Grant Street and O'Hara Avenue around 8:15 a.m. when she was hit by a car driven by a 43-year-old man.

Jensen, a Brentwood resident, was taken to Sutter Delta Medical Center in Antioch, where she was pronounced dead.Police said the driver, whose car came to rest against a sound wall

after hitting a curb and a fire hydrant, was determined to be driving under the influence of a controlled substance.

A girl riding in the car suffered minor injuries in the collision but did not require medical care, according to police.

The driver, whose name has not yet been released, was arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter, DUI resulting in injury, child endangerment and drug offenses. He was taken to county jail in Martinez.

 

 

 

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