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Hoons shut Bay Bridge


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California Highway Patrol San Francisco Area patrol gadgets arrested one driver and cited any other in connection with a sideshow on the Bay bridge Sunday afternoon, KTVU reviews.

CHP monitored a call of three autos with paper seller plates; a black Ford Mustang, a white Ford Mustang and a black Chevy Camaro, traveling Eighty-Ninety mph westbound on the Bay Bridge.

They had been reported to be inside and out of site visitors just about colliding with different autos. Several minutes later it was once pronounced the Mustangs and Camaro had stopped all visitors on the Bay Bridge west of Yerba Buena Island and were doing “donuts” throughout all lanes.

This data was once being relayed to CHP dispatch through a private citizen caught in the site visitors. As she used to be stopped she used to be able to capture the sideshow process on her cell phone digicam.

CHP patrol devices replied to the area and put themselves at the finish of the Bay Bridge. At approximately 3:39 PM, a black Ford Mustang and a white Ford Mustang matching the description of the involved vehicles, in addition to the reporting birthday party handed the CHP officers.

The officers placed themselves in the back of the two Mustangs and made an enforcement cease taking both vehicles off the Bay Bridge.

The reporting citizen additionally met the officers and verified the two Mustangs stopped had been the identical vehicles involved in the sideshow activity and captured on her cellular phone.

After further investigation, one driver used to be referred to and released and one driver was arrested and his vehicle impounded. Charges will be filed with the San Francisco District Legal Professional’s Administrative Center.

San Francisco Space Commander Christopher Sherry supplied the following observation:

“I’m happy the CHP was able to apprehend the topics accountable for this risky and disruptive conduct. A recklessly pushed automobile is a lethal weapon. If one chooses to pressure recklessly, they might be jailed, be fatally injured, or take someone’s life; perhaps the life of any person they love. The Vast Majority Of the motoring public does now not assume this kind of habits, namely shutting down freeways and bridges is acceptable.”

Witnesses are asked to contact Officer Vu Williams at (415) 557-1094.



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