• June 02, 2022

Unicyclist Killed in Garbage Truck Accident on Octavia Street in San Francisco, CA

San Francisco, CA -- June 1, 2022, one person was killed due to an accident where a unicycle crashed with a garbage truck on Octavia.

Investigators responded to the area of Octavia Street and Oak Street at around 4:00 a.m. in the Hayes Valley area.

The exact cause of the crash is unclear at this time. Authorities said only that an unidentified man was on a motorized unicycle which somehow collided with a garbage truck.

Due to the collision, the unicycle rider succumbed to fatal injuries. Currently, no further information is available.

Commentary on Unicycle, Garbage Truck Accident on Octavia in San Francisco

Something I talk about a lot on this blog is the importance of ensuring experienced investigators look into a deadly crash. That's especially true when non-standard vehicles (motorcycles, bicycles, mopeds, etc.) are involved. The fact of the matter is people are more likely to blame those operators when there is no evidence to set the record straight. Well, it doesn't get much more non-standard than a motorized unicycle. This probably isn't the sort of accident authorities are used to looking into, so perhaps more thorough efforts from independent investigators will prove necessary for getting the victim's loved ones the answers they deserve.


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