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Rollover Accident
updated: Dec 11, 2012, 6:06 AM

Rollover Traffic Accident at DLV and DLG. 2 subjects are trapped, Full fire is in response.
The Urban Hikers were on the scene of the early morning rollover accident on De La Vina. [pics] (12/12/12)
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 ROGER DODGER agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-11 06:08 AM

2 Vehicle accident one on it's side unknown if injury.

 

 COMMENT 352615P agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-11 06:09 AM

Yikes, they must have been driving really fast to do that!

 

 ROGER DODGER agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-11 06:10 AM

Non Injury cancel incomming units.

 

 ROGER DODGER agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-11 06:10 AM

Our DLV race track..

 

 ROGER DODGER agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-11 06:23 AM

In an unrelated incident there is a 23152 Drunk Driving arrest in the 500 Block of West Alamar 6:24am.

 

 COMMENT 352656 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-11 07:25 AM

Rollovers out in the stix is one thing but downtown??? The new normal, I guess.

 

 COMMENT 352696 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-11 08:28 AM

DLV is the most dangerous street in SB. They should put stop signs on every block. (or every other).

So many accidents. So many more near misses. Its too narrow and crowded and people drive 35+ down the street.

 

 COMMENT 352704 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-11 08:42 AM

Totally agree with 696. Especially with all the parked cars, it is quite hard at many of the intersections at DLV to see oncoming traffic - which is often speeding WAY too fast down the street. There are a few spots around town that are uselessly dangerous like this. How many accidents need to happen before SB springs for a few new stop signs?

 

 COMMENT 352706P agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-11 08:45 AM

People are getting dumber every day around here. I also speculate that the lack of a quarter-long driver's education course in schools and the prevalence of ridiculously easy online courses has a lot to do with the low caliber of new drivers we have. I wonder if there are any studies on accident rates of younger drivers since most driver's ed went online?

 

 COMMENT 352740P agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-11 09:24 AM

That's actually not a bad intersection and if you're patient and take a look, it's pretty easy to see. There are way worse crossing spots on De La Vina. Stop signs are a bad idea, how about abolishing street parking or making the corner red for further up to make it easier to see for drivers.

 

 COMMENT 352745 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-11 09:36 AM

740P: Agreed. The intersection one block up @ Canon Perdido is horrible. Big trucks commonly park there (illegally) on the end of the block so you can't see the traffic coming down. DLG @ DLV is much better - it has a red curb for a while before the intersection, so no cars for quite a few spaces before the intersection actually makes for a pretty good spot to cross. For someone to have clipped a truck headed down DLV at 6am when it's still dark, either the truck's lights were off, or the sedan driver is simply an idiot. Crossing these intersections at night (or early morning) can be much easier than usual since headlights are a pretty clear indicator of oncoming traffic.

 

 COMMENT 352775 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-11 10:34 AM

I bet the truck was speeding and the driver of the car didn't take sufficient time to look.

I worked at the building (former CallWave HQ) at CP and DLV for about a year and there were constant screeches and horn blowing all day long. In a thirty meeting, we counted 21 horn blows and 15 screeches and 5 pedestrians yelling profanities.

Why the city doesn't put a stop sign here, bewilders me. But then, politics (local and federal and in between) bewilder me.

 

 COMMENT 353041P agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-11 06:53 PM

Speed limit on De la Vina was 25 until the city council raised it to 30. Anyone remember the reasoning?

 

 COMMENT 353293 agree helpful negative off topic

2012-12-12 12:02 PM

Actually the truck was not speeding, the lady ran a stop sign..failed to stop and ran right into the truck. Nice assumption though @775. If you look at the police report the lady was in a honda accord and hit a toyota tundra, obviously she was the one speeding if she ran a truck into a tree and flipped it on its side. The driver of the truck was able to clumb out but is obviously injured since he was body slammed into the pavement with glass in his arm.

 

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