90-Year-Old Man Dies In Collision Near Panhandle

Baker and Fell streets. | Photo: Google Earth
By Walter Thompson - Published on October 05, 2017.

A 90-year-old man was killed yesterday when he was struck by a vehicle while walking near the intersection of Fell and Baker Streets at the east end of the Panhandle.

According to police, a 28-year-old woman was driving down the street at around 5:22pm when she struck the victim, who has since been identified as San Francisco resident David Grinberg.

Although he was transported to a hospital, he later succumbed to his injuries. No arrest was made at the scene.

Anyone who witnessed this incident is encouraged to call SFPD’s anonymous tip line at (415) 575-4444 or Text a TIP to TIP411 and begin the text message with SFPD.

Mar 05, 2021
San Francisco Potrero Hill

A slice of Google’s $1 billion affordable housing initiative lands in Potrero Hill

Five current or under-construction affordable housing projects in Potrero Hill just got a major boost from Google’s billion-dollar housing effort. Read More

Mar 05, 2021
San Francisco North Beach

Tosca Cafe reopens parklet, indoor dining to come

102-year-old Tosca Cafe (242 Columbus Ave.) is coming alive yet again in North Beach, after a too-brief rebirth last year, and following its much bemoaned 2019 closure. Read More

Mar 05, 2021
San Francisco Castro Mission

Castro's long-troubled 7-Eleven closes permanently

The 7-Eleven convenience store at 3998 18th St. (at Noe St.) has permanently closed, and Hoodline has learned its last day in business was Thursday, March 4. Read More

Mar 05, 2021
San Francisco Financial District North Beach

Used bookstore 34 Trinity Arts & News gets long-term lease in the FiDi

A volunteer-run used bookstore in the Financial District, run out of some window alcoves near Bush and Montgomery, has a more secure future after signing a 10-year lease. Read More