TBS Today, Feb. 13

It seems to be all about traffic safety this week. We're working hard to stay on top of it and provide more consistent coverage of serious injury crashes in Berkeley.

Today's feature: A driver in West Berkeley struck a father who was cycling to school with his toddler on his e-bike behind him.

Now, Berkeley bike advocates are pushing the city to make the busy intersection safer.

We have the exclusive. (But you likely haven't heard the last of this!)

Berkeley father, toddler hit by driver during bike commute
“We went over hard and he got tossed out,” said Adam Moss. The little boy escaped unharmed but his father may have a torn ligament.
Road rage with gun reported amid AM commute in Berkeley
The incident happened shortly before 9 a.m. at Ashby and Domingo avenues, Berkeley police said.

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Police said the pedestrian was still down in the roadway when first responders arrived. She had serious injuries to the head.
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The crash happened shortly before 10 a.m. Sunday at Shattuck and University avenues.

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