31-year-old Devlin O’Connor Killed in San Francisco Crash on Frederick Street
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (May 31, 2020) – Devlin O’Connor died in a bicycle accident on Frederick Street nearby Kezar Stadium on May 29.
The San Francisco Police Department responded to the 600 block of Frederick Street about 7:30 a.m. Then, they located Devlin O’Connor down on the street.
Afterward, responders took him to a local hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries.
The San Francisco Medical Examiner’s Office identified the victim’s shortly after. According to O’Conner’s co-worker, the man was an avid and devoted cyclist.
Meanwhile, Dean Preston, the Supervisor of District 5 in San Francisco announced the cause of the crash.
“Per SFPD, the incident occurred when a parked car opened its door, ejecting the cyclist and resulting in a fatal collision with an oncoming vehicle,” Preston stated.
Moreover, O’Connor’s co-worker started a GoFundMe account to support his wife and family.
Our sincere sympathies are with the loved ones of Devlin O’Connor during this difficult time.
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