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Asian man fatally struck by unlicensed driver who ran stop sign in Chicago

  • Fengan Yan, 55, was struck to death by an SUV that ran a four-way stop sign in Chicago’s Near South Side on Saturday afternoon.
  • Yan, who was riding a bicycle, was traveling in the same direction as the SUV, according to reports.
  • A 60-year-old woman who was identified as the SUV’s driver was cited for failing to obey the stop sign and for driving on an expired license with no insurance.
  • Yan is reportedly the seventh bicyclist to die on Chicago’s surface streets this year.
  • Advocates are pushing for improved road infrastructure in the city.

An Asian man riding a bicycle was killed after being hit by an SUV that ran a four-way stop sign in Chicago’s Near South Side on Saturday.

Fengan Yan, 55, was pedaling west in the 400 block of West 26th Street in the neighborhood of Armour Square at around 3:35 p.m. when the SUV traveling in the same direction struck him from behind, according to reports.

Zhou Guanyu to be first Chinese Formula One driver in its 71-year history

Zhou Guanyu becomes first Chinese F1 race car driver

F2 star Zhou Guanyu is set to become the first Chinese race car driver to ever compete in Formula One, the highest class of international auto racing for single-seater formula cars.

China’s first: Alfa Romeo Racing announced that it signed the 22-year-old, who is confirmed to replace Italian Antonio Giovinazzi in the team’s roster for the 2022 season, the Guardian reported. 

Fugitive in Fatal 2017 Hit and Run in California Caught in Australia

Andrea Dorothy Chan Reyes, the 35-year-old fugitive who killed a bicyclist in a fatal hit-and-run incident in Southern California in 2017, is now in the custody of the Whittier Police Department.

Australian authorities handed custody of Reyes to the U.S. Marshals on Oct. 28 after a lengthy extradition proceedings, according to Fox 5 San Diego. She landed in Whittier, California a day after and was taken in by the officers from Whittier Police Department.

Comedian Blasts Toronto Cop for Allegedly Telling POC Driver to ‘Go Back to Your Country’

Asian Canadian actor Andrew Phung took to Twitter to condemn an alleged racist comment made by a Toronto police officer towards a driver who he described as a person of color.

Phung, who plays Kimchee in the award-winning television sitcom “Kim’s Convenience,” said he had just dropped his family off at Rogers Centre for a Blue Jays game on Saturday when he witnessed the racist incident.