“We call on the City of Portland to expedite major changes in order to slow speeds and increase safety for all on outer SE Division St.”
A new organization for people whose lives have been changed by traffic violence will hold its first public event this weekend.
Screenshot of FacesofFatalities.com. A bereaved mother whose 28-year-old son was killed by a drunk driver two years ago while biking on SE Division, has launched a website. Faces of Fatalities: Resources for Hit and Run Victims and Their Families is the work of Kristi Finney-Dunn. Since her son Dustin died in August 2011, Finney-Dunn has … Read more
[This story was submitted by Kristi Finney, who became a traffic safety activist after her son Dustin was killed by a hit-and-run driver while bicycling in Portland last August.] Less than a year ago I’d never heard of the Ride of Silence. I don’t remember how I found out about the website but I came … Read more
Kristi Finney (center right) has turned grief into action after losing her son to a drunk driver last August.(Photos © J. Maus) The mother of a young man killed by a drunk driver while bicycling on SE Division last year has become a dedicated traffic safety activist. Since the death of her son Dustin on … Read more
Dustin Finney’s mom, sister, and other family members and friends look at Ashawntae Rosemon, just prior to his guilty plea in a Multnomah County courtroom yesterday. 19-year old Ashawntae Rosemon was sentenced to 60 months in prison yesterday for causing the death of Dustin Finney.