32-Year-Old Talented Chef Killed in Stockton Bicycle Crash Identified as Binbin Zhuang
STOCKTON, CA (February 17, 2019) — A skilled sushi chef was struck and killed while riding a bicycle in a Stockton intersection on Sunday, February 10.
At around 10 p.m., Binbin Zhuang was en route to his night job at the WinCo Foods supermarket. He was riding a Huffy Beach Cruiser bicycle to work because he loaned his car to a friend who recently had a baby.
When the 32-year-old bicyclist entered the controlled intersection at West March Lane and Precissi Lane, he was struck by two separate vehicles. One of which stopped at the scene while the other fled.
According to authorities, Zhuang’s bike had no lights and he was not wearing a helmet. He made it across multiple eastbound lanes before trying to cross the westbound lanes where he was hit two times by different vehicles. It was not raining during the incident and there have been no reports who had the right of way.
The first officers on the scene discovered Zhuang in the roadway. Paramedics gave medical help to him, but he succumbed to his injuries.
Stockton Police Department’s Traffic Unit is investigating Zhuang’s death as a fatal hit-and-run collision, according to department spokesman Officer Joe Silva. They are still searching for the vehicle that drove away.
The police ask anyone with information about the incident to call the Stockton Police Department at (209) 937-8377.
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