Residents demand change after girl nearly struck by SUV while crossing street in San Mateo, California
- An investigation is underway after a little girl was almost hit by a moving vehicle last week in San Mateo, California, according to police.
- Jison Hong was at a traffic stop on Sept. 14 when the camera on her dashboard caught a girl on a scooter nearly being struck by a dark SUV as she crossed the street with her father and brother.
- Police have identified the speeding driver as an inexperienced teenage boy.
- The girl's father told the station that she is doing just fine, but the family is still in shock.
- Hong and her neighbors have notified the city of issues at the intersection several times over the years.
An investigation is underway after a little girl was almost hit by a moving vehicle last week in San Mateo, California, police said.
Jison Hong was at a traffic stop on Sept. 14 when the camera on her dashboard caught a girl on a scooter nearly being struck by a dark SUV that did not stop for the girl and her family as they crossed the street.
The man behind the racist road rage incident in Long Beach, California has been identified and revealed to have had a previous encounter with another Asian man whom he tried to chase and fight.
This is the man that was in last week’s incident. We hope this public information is useful in aiding ongoing investigations to help maintain a safe and respectful community. pic.twitter.com/0t3PmuwI2R
A California man is asking the public’s help to identify a racist driver who attempted to assault him in an apparent case of road rage.
Robin Lim, posted dash cam footage of his encounter with the road rage driver as he was driving north on Orange Avenue after passing Spring Street in Long Beach, California.