SF bicyclist sentenced in vehicular manslaughter case

Chris Bucchere, the cyclist who striked a 71-year-old pedestrian at Castro and Market who later died from his injuries, was sentenced today in a San Francisco Superior Court. He will serve three years of probation and 1,000 hours of community service for the felony vehicular manslaughter charge…

SF bicyclist pleads guilty to manslaughter

Marin 縣居民Chris Bucchere 被控在去年3月29日,在舊金山Castro區,騎腳踏車撞到71歲的許述之…

SF: bicyclist ordered to stand trial on manslaughter charge

A bicyclist accused of striking and killing a pedestrian in San Francisco’s Castro District last year was ordered today to stand trial on a felony vehicular manslaughter charge…

Witnesses testify that bicyclist ran red light before fatal Castro collision

Witnesses testified today that a bicyclist charged with felony vehicular manslaughter for striking a pedestrian in San Francisco’s Castro District last year was speeding and ran a red light before the fatal collision…