SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – The California Freeway Patrol is investigating any potential connection between the current assault of a ridesharing driver on Freeway a hundred and one in San Francisco and Sunday’s sideshow on the Bay Bridge.
It was almost two weeks in the past that Alex Quintana of Modesto was hospitalized after he was attacked on one hundred and one by a mud bike gang in an incident captured on cellphone video.
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Vu Williams with the San Francisco CHP notes a number of off-street automobiles have been seized throughout Sunday’s sideshow. In that incident, a pilot of the company’s spotter aircraft tracked a gaggle of greater than 30 all-terrain automobiles, dust bikes and bikes as they headed east over the Bay Bridge.
Officers surrounded a part of the group in Oakland and one motorcyclist fled however was later stopped. One individual was arrested and various automobiles have been seized.
“Very comparable MO’s if you’ll to the group that we noticed within the incident by which the driving force was beat up,” Williams informed KCBS.
Williams explains each incidents concerned dust bikes and ATV’s with lacking license plates, with visitors slowed by riders doing the identical forms of stunts on the freeways, together with wheelies, and donuts.
Nonetheless underneath investigation is that if the identical events have been concerned within the beating — and the investigation is ongoing.
ATVs are by no means allowed on freeways, however dust bikes may be allowed beneath sure circumstances.
“If they’ve the right authorized gear, lighting and whatnot. And if the rider is driving with the right security gear and registered and plated, then they’re allowed on the freeways,” Williams defined.