Injuries Reported in Muni Crash on Hwy 101
The collision shut down lanes heading southbound, just north of the Cesar Chavez exit. The collision took place on Friday afternoon, before rush hour. (Photo: CHP)
A collision between a “dump-style truck” and a Muni bus on Friday afternoon has stalled traffic on southbound Highway 101, just north of the Cesar Chavez exit.
“We live in fear of having fires all the time,” says Candy Crawford, a resident at Mission Hotel. “We have smokers in our hotel, we’ve had many fires, and none of the sprinklers have turned on. There have been fires in the kitchen. We’ve had fires in the laundry room where the lint catches fire. We live in fear of this, all the time.”The risk of fire is not a small one for residents of single-room occupancy (SRO) hotels.
“What do we want?” transgender activist Mia “Tu Much” Satya yelled as she walked behind Pride’s grand marshal convertible in 2016. “Trans rights!” the crowd yelled back. “When do we want them?” she shouted. “Now!” everyone responded. Twenty-six-year-old Satya has dedicated her life to LGBTQ and youth rights, with an impressive track record — from creating LGBTQ diversity training for more than 9,000 city employees, to securing free Muni rides for low-income students.
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