“We need to approach the crisis of vehicular violence with the same urgency and all hands-on deck strategies being implemented to address gun violence”— Jo Ann Hardesty, Commissioner-in-charge of transportation
Who could do something like this? And why? Those are the questions many people asked themselves following the mass weaponized driving incident that left one person dead and many others injured on Monday, January 25th. Three days later, a picture of the man who perpetrated this violence is beginning to emerge. 64-year-old Paul Rivas made … Read more
Two current GoFundMe campaigns organized by Portlanders seek donations to help victims and their families navigate the emotional, physical and financial consequences caused by automobile drivers.
(Photos from last night’s vigil by Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) Friends, family, and many people who never knew Jean Gerich gathered to remember her Tuesday night. The 77-year-old Gerich was killed Monday in the intentional vehicular assault in southeast Portland that left at least nine other people injured.