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Palo Alto man killed in accident that closes Sand Hill Road

 

A 41-year-old Palo Alto man who was jogging was struck and killed Saturday morning by a Chevy Tahoe SUV at the intersection of Sand Hill Road and Santa Cruz Avenue in Menlo Park, police report.

The man was identified as Amit Goutam Bagchi by the San Mateo County Coroner's Office.

The Menlo Park Police Department, the Menlo Park Fire Protection District and San Mateo County Sheriff's Office responded to the accident at about 6:45 a.m., about half an hour before sunrise.

Paramedics provided medical aid to Bagchi, who was found lying just east of the intersection, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.

The identity of the driver is not being released since this is an ongoing investigation, police said. The vehicle, a 1998 green Chevy Tahoe, was traveling east on Sand Hill, police said.

Sand Hill between Santa Cruz and Oak avenues was closed for several hours while police investigated the accident. It reopened to traffic at 2 p.m.

Menlo Park police with the assistance of the South San Mateo County Accident Investigation Team is conducting the investigation to determine the cause of the accident.

Witnesses or others with information about this accident, including anyone who took photos or videos of the scene, are asked to call Corporal Nicholas Douglas at 650-330-6300 or the Menlo Park police anonymous tip line at 650-330-6395.

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7 people like this
Posted by M
a resident of Midtown
on Dec 19, 2015 at 1:19 pm

Closing a major road doe 7 hours after a crash suggests this was not just any old fatality. If it was just John Q Public killed, there would not have been so many resources at the scene hours after the accident was cleared. Either there is something bigger to the story, perhaps a larger crime context, or a VIP was involved.


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Posted by @M
a resident of another community
on Dec 19, 2015 at 2:30 pm

And you know all of this how, exactly?

Or is this just (ill-informed) speculation on your part?


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Posted by parent
a resident of Downtown North
on Dec 19, 2015 at 3:15 pm

If it was a solo crash, a 7 hour closure would be unusual. If one person killed another person and the police are considering murder charges, then 7 hours is common. Does anyone know the nature of the crash? One car? Two cars? Car vs pedestrian? Very unusual that there is so little information.


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Posted by Member
a resident of Palo Alto Hills
on Dec 19, 2015 at 3:36 pm

My husband saw the scene from Stanford golf course. There was one vehicle and one bicycle involved. Person on bicycle unfortunately was killed.


5 people like this
Posted by Resident
a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood
on Dec 19, 2015 at 3:44 pm

6.45 am on December 19, it is still dark.

RIP


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Posted by parent
a resident of Downtown North
on Dec 19, 2015 at 3:57 pm

6:45 is only a few minutes before sunrise. If there is enough light to play golf, it isn't that dark.


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Posted by parent
a resident of Downtown North
on Dec 19, 2015 at 5:06 pm

Menlo Park Police says a pedestrian was killed, not a bicyclist. Pedestrian was may have been crossing the street at the Sand Hill Road & Santa Cruz Ave traffic light. Police press release: Web Link


28 people like this
Posted by Anonymous
a resident of Stanford
on Dec 19, 2015 at 9:06 pm

It was a single pedestrian who appeared to be hit by an SUV. The pedestrian looked to be a runner, had headphones in and was wearing running clothing. There didn't appear to be anything suspicious about the nature of the accident. I was on scene as a bystander.

Condolences to those grieving the loss of the persons life.


18 people like this
Posted by Prayers in earnest
a resident of Barron Park
on Dec 19, 2015 at 10:19 pm

A loved one will not be home for the holidays. I hope something is learned to prevent such a tragic loss of life again.


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Posted by parent
a resident of Downtown North
on Dec 20, 2015 at 10:20 am

Yes, I do hope something is learned to prevent future similar tragedies. Does anyone know exactly what happened? Did the car run the red light with a pedestrian in the crosswalk? The design of the right turn lane at that intersection tempts car drivers to run the red light without looking carefully for pedestrians.


8 people like this
Posted by parent
a resident of Downtown North
on Dec 20, 2015 at 10:32 am

Interesting report from San Francisco Muni: street safety is not an accident, so stop calling traffic crashes and collisions "accidents". Web Link


24 people like this
Posted by AMom
a resident of Menlo Park
on Dec 20, 2015 at 10:53 am

My heart broke when I learned that all of the sirens we heard that morning resulted in a fatality. Our hearts and prayers go out to the family and friends who so sadly and suddenly have lost their loved one.

Thoughts and prayers also to the driver and their family... if this was truly an 'accident' I can't imagine the pain they must also be experiencing. Such a sad tragedy.


12 people like this
Posted by green Gables
a resident of Duveneck/St. Francis
on Dec 21, 2015 at 11:24 am

It is not a good idea to run in the street where there are no sidewalks. It also is not a good idea to run in the street period - bright day or not.


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Posted by Sherry
a resident of another community
on Dec 21, 2015 at 11:26 am

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3 people like this
Posted by Keith White
a resident of Barron Park
on Dec 21, 2015 at 11:35 am

Unless you saw what happened you should not come to any conclusions. Condolences to everyone involved.


24 people like this
Posted by Art
a resident of Barron Park
on Dec 21, 2015 at 11:52 am

This awful tragedy happened at 6:45 AM, before sunrise, so limited visibility my have been a factor. We were driving around Barron Park a few evenings ago, a neighborhood also without sidewalks, and noted a number folks walking along the streets in dark clothing, some with their dogs on a leash, without a light or wearing some reflective clothing. I don't know if Mr, Bagchi, the runner, was wearing a reflective vest, or a light clipped on to his clothes. Now that the days are short, pedestrian visibility by drivers is very limited and its dangerous for folks staying near the edge of the roadway or crossing the roadway who don't 'announce' their presence to cars. Be careful folks, and take precautions.


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Posted by Curmudgeon
a resident of Downtown North
on Dec 21, 2015 at 12:35 pm

"and prosecution of the driver."

Like Mr. White says, we should not jump to conclusions.

One statement, though. Many pedestrians march blindly into traffic, depending entirely on drivers to see them and dodge them, some even with small children in tow. That's not a strategy for a long life. Even worse when wearing headphones.


4 people like this
Posted by Karen
a resident of Downtown North
on Dec 21, 2015 at 12:47 pm

Where could someone (driver) be going that early in the am that he was not aware of the runner. No department stores are open at that time. Slow down and be watchful of people even if you (driver) are in the right.


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Posted by Sno
a resident of Adobe-Meadow
on Dec 21, 2015 at 1:21 pm

@Karen, many people work over the weekend. Drivers and Pedestrians are both responsible for looking out. Condolences to the families.


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Posted by midtown resident
a resident of Midtown
on Dec 21, 2015 at 1:37 pm

My deepest condolences to the family. What a sad holiday season for them.

A pedestrian detection system on the SUV would've detected the pedestrian even if obscured by vegetation and either warned the driver or in case of more recent cars, hit the brakes early or at least pre-charged the brakes to help the driver brake in a shorter distance.

please consider getting an automobile that comes installed with such systems or getting an after-market system. It is estimated that 90% of accidents are human error. While computer and sensors do make mistakes, it is very rare (the standard to which these are designed specifies 1 hazardous error per million hours of driving which is essentially zero). for self-driving cars, the error rate is 10 times lower.





38 people like this
Posted by mauricio
a resident of Embarcadero Oaks/Leland
on Dec 21, 2015 at 2:44 pm

I'm not making any conclusions about this particular tragedy, but every early morning, evening and nighttime, I encounter pedestrians, joggers, dog walkers and cyclists moving around in dark cloths without any reflective garments or lights that would make others aware of their present in the dark. It is mind boggling that in this highly educated area, so many people are oblivious to the fact that, especially in winter, they are risking their lives when they make themselves invisible in the dark. Additionally, again not commenting on this particular incident, too many cars don't have their lights on when visibility is poor due to darkness, fog and rain.


19 people like this
Posted by Chip
a resident of Palo Alto High School
on Dec 21, 2015 at 2:48 pm

Chip is a registered user.

@ Karen

Besides people working, as Sno said, some folks actually need to get up early to reach required destinations outside the local community. There are innumerable reasons besides going to "department stores" to be out at 6:45 am. You may as well ask why the poor victim was either walking or cycling at that early hour. RIP.


35 people like this
Posted by Anonymous
a resident of Midtown
on Dec 21, 2015 at 4:05 pm

Amit was an active guy and ran often. Amit was a great person and a loving father. This is such a terrible tragedy.


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Posted by Family friend
a resident of another community
on Dec 21, 2015 at 4:41 pm

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. RIP Amit.


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Posted by Reader
a resident of another community
on Dec 21, 2015 at 6:24 pm

@Karen:

Lots of people are up early going to work or already at work at that hour. Line cooks, baristas, stockbrokers, cops, hotel maids, bakers, city maintenance workers, anesthesiologists to name a few.

When you walk into a coffee shop at 8am to order your espresso drink, well those employees have probably been there for a couple of hours.

A few even go home at that hour. It's called the graveyard shift. Not everyone works 9-5 M-F banker's hours.


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Posted by eileen
a resident of College Terrace
on Dec 21, 2015 at 8:04 pm

It bothers me that many comments on this thread are faulting the runner for not wearing reflective clothing.
Really?? Maybe the driver was distracted at this early hour and was not paying attention to what was in font of him!! There is a four-way street light at that well lighted corner and unless the person was running across the street on a red light, it sounds like it might be the drivers fault. It seems like many drivers in this town are super distracted and always in a hurry!! Stop blaming the person crossing the street or on a bike!


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Posted by No Dark Clothing
a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood
on Dec 21, 2015 at 8:20 pm

One morning last winter, I was trying to cross Alma on my way to the gym. It was 5:45, and totally dark. Just as I begin to creep toward the intersection,, a man riding a black bicycle with no lights or reflectors ( nor helmet), and wearing black sweats, rode right in front of my car. I stopped within three inches of hitting him.

Yet, he had the unmitigated gall to flip me off and swear at me!


9 people like this
Posted by John
a resident of Barron Park
on Dec 21, 2015 at 9:57 pm

See Art's comments above about walking in Barron Park. In addition to the faults he points out many of the walkers walk after dark on the right side of the road. The law and common sense tells pedestrians to walk on the left side of the road so they can see the location of on-coming traffic and help avoid accidents. There are two classes of people who can help prevent pedestrian-auto accidents: pedestrians and drivers. Both must be accountable for their activities.


29 people like this
Posted by Old neighbor
a resident of Mountain View
on Dec 21, 2015 at 10:02 pm

I've been a neighbor of Amit for more than a decade before he moved to Palo Alto few weeks ago, he always had reflective vest and lights on him to go walk the dog let alone going out jogging, it disturbs me to read some of the comments in this thread which jump to useless conclusion about the tragedy that happened.
My thoughts are with his family, may they find the strength to overcome this difficult time, RIP Amit you will be remembered.


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Posted by @No Dark Clothing
a resident of Barron Park
on Dec 22, 2015 at 10:53 am

Amit habitually wore reflective clothing and his children will now be without him. I'm glad you got to vent about a cyclist who rankled you one day. It all seems so similar so I'm really glad you took the time to vent.
Merry Christmas. You're a good person.


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Posted by RBagchi
a resident of Stanford
on Dec 22, 2015 at 12:01 pm

What happened was a tragedy we are all trying to wrap our heads around as we reel from the loss.
'The runner' was a full three dimensional human being. He was a husband, a doting father, a son, a talented visionary helping shape the technology we use every day and a brother; my brother.
It was a run he's done hundreds of times in his 15+ years in the community.
Only the driver and he know what actually transpired in that horrible split second.
I just know it changed many lives permanently.


6 people like this
Posted by Rose
a resident of Mayfield
on Dec 22, 2015 at 2:06 pm

No one should be running or bicycling with earbuds. All runners and cyclists should have bright easy-to-see clothes. No one should take it for granted that they can be seen. We all need to slow down, be cautious and dress/act appropriately.


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Posted by Cedric
a resident of Palo Verde
on Dec 22, 2015 at 2:41 pm

> It bothers me that many comments on this thread are faulting the runner for not wearing reflective clothing.

Usually, in a collision between an auto and a pedestrian or bicyclist, it's the latter two who suffer the most injury. So it's in their best interests to be particularly careful.

Note that during the transition to daylight savings time, when we lose an hour of daylight, accidents also go up.


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Posted by eileen
a resident of College Terrace
on Dec 22, 2015 at 2:58 pm

Rose,
Yes, we all need to slow down especially the hurried drivers in the gigantic SUV killing machines!
I almost got run over by a car turning right while I was going into the crosswalk downtown
this morning. I did not have ear buds on and was totally in the right! Should I assume that
every time I cross the street on a green light I should FEAR for my life? The people behind the
wheel of cars are the ones that should be cautious and respectful of people just trying to cross
the street! I'm sick of people complaining about the pedestrians!! My friend was hit and killed years ago
by a carless driver while she was crossing in a crosswalk. He just got a slap on the hand and she
died leaving behind a two year old son and husband. Crazy, crazy drivers out there.....


3 people like this
Posted by I didn't know that
a resident of Menlo Park
on Dec 22, 2015 at 3:21 pm

Eileen:

"gigantic SUV killing machines!"??? Did you really write that?

How do you feel about UPS and FedEx trucks? Those must be especially scary.

Unless we hear something about unsafe speed or driving while impaired this was a horrible accident - nothing more, nothing less.


5 people like this
Posted by Shae Hannah
a resident of Charleston Gardens
on Dec 22, 2015 at 3:27 pm

RIP. Amit was an MIT-educated engineer. He is a big loss to the tech community in the Bay Area. The tech community is the lifeblood of this area, and what makes the Silicon Valley so great. Palo Alto and the rest of the peninsula needs to come together to make pedestrian safety a HUGE priority. Us tech workers bring incredible economic gains to the area. Pay us back by making it a safe and friendly place to live.

Web Link


4 people like this
Posted by Robert
a resident of another community
on Dec 22, 2015 at 3:28 pm

@I didn't know that

Well by definition if you're driving too fast for the conditions (i.e. too fast to see pedestrians) then its an unsafe speed.


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Posted by Resident
a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood
on Dec 22, 2015 at 3:32 pm

Another very sad story and we hear these too often.

It is up to all of us to be careful on the roads, whether we are on foot, a bike, or behind the wheel. Nobody is responsible for our own safety except for ourselves. As we use the streets we have to be aware that there are other users and we must always be alert regardless of whether we are on foot, on a bike or behind the wheel. Make eye contact with other road users and this is particularly true when approaching intersections and where foot traffic and wheeled traffic of all types are likely to be on the same part of the road at the same time. A green light and a white walk sign may give you the right of way, but it makes sense to ensure that everybody is obeying the signal before you enter the intersection.

It just makes sense.


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Posted by Hmmm
a resident of East Palo Alto
on Dec 22, 2015 at 3:57 pm

Shae - respectfully, please stop with the soliciting homage for tech workers. It's unnecessary. They are no better or worse than anyone else. It doesn't matter where the deceased went to school or what his profession was. What matters is the horrific loss to his loved ones and community. If that community is made up largely of tech workers, it doesn't matter.


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Posted by Ped x-ing
a resident of Downtown North
on Dec 22, 2015 at 4:00 pm

As someone who walks downtown a lot, I can attest to the fact that many drivers are oblivious. The bigger the vehicle, the greater the I-own-this-road mindset (excluding FedX, UPS, and similar vehicles; presumably most companies weed out those kinds of machismo drivers). I also see cars blowing through stop signs even when the cross street has the right of way, on Bryant for example. The city adjusted the downtown stoplights recently so that all directions are red for a brief moment; I guess there are a lot of minor accidents and close calls that never make the newspaper.

That said, I have frequently driven through that intersection on Sand Hill, lots of traffic, limited visibility due to the sun setting -- with runners in dark clothes running in the road, even weaving between cars on Sand Hill that are stopped waiting for the light.

It would be nice to see any evidence of law enforcement citing both the oblivious drivers and the risk-taking runners/pedestrians. Until/unless the problem is addressed, we are going to see more accidents.


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Posted by Daycare Parent
a resident of Midtown
on Dec 22, 2015 at 4:09 pm

I just learned that Amit was a parent in our daycare center. Such a terrible tragedy. My heart goes out to his wife, child, family and friends. You are in my thoughts. RIP Amit. I'll miss seeing you around the school.


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Posted by I didn't know that
a resident of Menlo Park
on Dec 22, 2015 at 4:33 pm

Robert:

You write "Well by definition if you're driving too fast for the conditions (i.e. too fast to see pedestrians) then its an unsafe speed."

I would completely agree if that's what happened.

No one knows what happened unless they witnessed it. Could the driver been driving 75 MPH down Sand Hill? Sure could have. Or maybe the driver wasn't seeing things clearly because of the time of day and was driving 5 MPH and still tragically struck the pedestrian. That could have happened too. Maybe the pedestrian was startled by something and moved suddenly into the roadway. That is also a possibility. Would you still place all of the blame on the driver? What would be a safe speed if that third scenario was what actually happened?

Until we know ALL of the facts we can't say there was unsafe speed or a distracted pedestrian. It would just be speculation.


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Posted by Curmudgeon
a resident of Downtown North
on Dec 22, 2015 at 5:08 pm

"Should I assume that every time I cross the street on a green light I should FEAR for my life?"

Absolutely. Fear is usually healthier than the alternatives in this situation.

Strange anyone should have to lecture a (presumed) adult in this manner, but FWIW here goes.

Your safety is ultimately your own responsibility. Pedestrians can never entrust their lives to drivers.


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Posted by Robert
a resident of another community
on Dec 22, 2015 at 5:24 pm

@I didn't know that

Generally, one of the main responsibilities of being a driver is to not hit anyone, that's why it requires special training and licencing, of course safety is in everyone's best interest, but pedestrians don't have the same onus as their inattention isn't going to lead to the death of innocent bystanders.
Its kind of a sad commentary that so many find it reasonable to expect others to take extra precautions in order to simply be safe when walking out their front door.


6 people like this
Posted by Peter Carpenter
a resident of Atherton
on Dec 22, 2015 at 5:41 pm

Peter Carpenter is a registered user.

California law:

Right-of-Way at Crosswalks

21950. (a) The driver of a vehicle shall yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian crossing the roadway within any marked crosswalk or within any unmarked crosswalk at an intersection, except as otherwise provided in this chapter.
(b) This section does not relieve a pedestrian from the duty of using due care for his or her safety. No pedestrian may suddenly leave a curb or other place of safety and walk or run into the path of a vehicle that is so close as to constitute an immediate hazard. No pedestrian may unnecessarily stop or delay traffic while in a marked or unmarked crosswalk.

(c) The driver of a vehicle approaching a pedestrian within any marked or unmarked crosswalk shall exercise all due care and shall reduce the speed of the vehicle or take any other action relating to the operation of the vehicle as necessary to safeguard the safety of the pedestrian.

(d) Subdivision (b) does not relieve a driver of a vehicle from the duty of exercising due care for the safety of any pedestrian within any marked crosswalk or within any unmarked crosswalk at an intersection.

Amended Sec. 8, Ch. 833, Stats. 2000. Effective January 1, 2001.


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Posted by I didn't know that
a resident of Menlo Park
on Dec 22, 2015 at 6:14 pm

Robert:

I agree with you - A runaway pedestrian is not as dangerous as a runaway car. The pedestrian will lose a battle with a car almost every time. Drivers need to pay special attention to EVERYTHING around them be it a pedestrian, a cyclist, or another driver.

The part I disagree with is your premise that the driver was somehow doing something unsafe. This was an accident and unless you know something the rest of us don't we have to leave it at that.


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Posted by Mike
a resident of University South
on Dec 23, 2015 at 6:35 am

@Peter Carpenter, What does California law say about walking against the traffic light?


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Posted by Think of Others first
a resident of Adobe-Meadow
on Dec 23, 2015 at 7:37 am

Folks, sadly several of these posts read as "self-focused" e.g. impact to others on road closure; advice to not run with ear buds (true, but not the right time to advice and scold). PLEASE stop thinking of your greedy selves, time, etc and think of others, always! We are all lucky to still be alive, breathing and enjoy this magnificent world. Sadly, so many folks take life for granted and walk through so self-focused and entitled. No amount of money or lack there of makes any one of us entitled or better than any one else, not even the homeless. We are all someones child and came from somewhere, perhaps wealth, perhaps not. Bottome line, we are all the same and put our pants on the same, one leg at a time. Keep life in perspective, walk through life with kindness and be kind to everyone. Slow down. We never know when our number will be called. As everyone can agree Mr. Bagchi would happily take any one of our places right now, if even to spend one last moment with his first born and only child of 15 months.


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Posted by MidtownMom
a resident of Midtown
on Dec 23, 2015 at 7:52 am

RIP Amit.

It doesn't matter how/why/when/what .. a life was lost. A family will never be the same.


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Posted by Peter Carpenter
a resident of Atherton
on Dec 23, 2015 at 10:04 am

Peter Carpenter is a registered user.

When a tragedy like this occurs there are two very different and equally appropriate responses. The first is to lament the loss of a life and to provide condolences to the family. The second is to learn from the tragedy so that we can try to prevent it from happening again. Mixes the two types of responses creates unnecessary pain and confusion.

I have long urged the Forum to provide two separate threads when a tragedy like this occurs so as to properly separate the two different but appropriate types of responses.


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Posted by Sad
a resident of Downtown North
on Dec 23, 2015 at 10:21 am

Drivers just don't pay enough attention when making right turns. A few months ago a pick up truck nearly crashed into me when I was crossing the street at Hamilton and Bryant downtown. It was my right of way (green signal/don't remember if that crossing also has a walk sign). He sped up as he saw me.I literally ran backward to stop getting run over. He sped away so quickly after that I could not even get a picture of his license plates to call the cops. It's just terrible. Maybe the city should install cameras at junctions,so such violators can be aggressively ticketed, if not prosecuted.


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Posted by Curmudgeon
a resident of Downtown North
on Dec 23, 2015 at 12:17 pm

"...pedestrians don't have the same onus as their inattention isn't going to lead to the death of innocent bystanders."

Intending no reference to the particulars of this tragedy, I respectfully vehemently take issue. The drivers will bear the distress for the rest of their lives. [Portion removed.]


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Posted by Janet Crosby
a resident of Charleston Gardens
on Dec 23, 2015 at 1:35 pm

Sending my deepest and very sincere condolences to the entire Bagchi family. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you during this very difficult time.


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Posted by Peter Carpenter
a resident of Atherton
on Dec 23, 2015 at 1:42 pm

Peter Carpenter is a registered user.

"Intending no reference to the particulars of this tragedy, I respectfully vehemently take issue."

There is now another topic for those who wish to comment on the facts of this case or the lessons learned/to be learned from this tragedy:


Web Link


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Posted by Family friend
a resident of another community
on Dec 23, 2015 at 7:13 pm

Family members created a memorial for Palo Alto resident Amit Goutam Bagchi near the intersection of Sand Hill Road and Santa Cruz Avenue in Menlo Park. Bagchi, 41, was struck and killed on Saturday, Dec. 19, by an SUV while jogging.
The memorial service will take place at 11 a.m. at Spangler Mortuary, 174 North Sunnyvale Ave., Sunnyvale


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Posted by Family friend
a resident of another community
on Dec 23, 2015 at 7:56 pm

The memorial service will take place at 11 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 24 at Spangler Mortuary, 174 North Sunnyvale Ave., Sunnyvale


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Posted by Any updates?
a resident of another community
on Jan 3, 2016 at 10:31 am

Any updates on police investigation of the incident?


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Posted by AOrtiz
a resident of another community
on Jan 7, 2016 at 4:03 pm

Any updates on this ongoing investigation?

RIL Amit Bagchi, condolences & prayers to the family.


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Posted by ZZ
a resident of another community
on Jan 8, 2016 at 5:15 pm

I didn't know this person but his father is a good friend of mine. It's a great loss for the family. My deepest condolences.


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