There will be a memorial walk in honor of Surinderpaul Basra and in support of her friends and family.
Basra, an employee at Essential Baking Company, was struck and killed one week ago at First Ave S and S Findlay Street.
Details on the walk from Seattle Neighborhood Greenways:
A family and community were torn apart by a horrific collision on Tuesday, May 14 as Surinderpaul Basra crossed at the intersection of First Avenue South and South Findlay Street right after she left after work at Essential Bakery. It’s the sort of tragedy we hear about all too often.
Please join us Tuesday, May 21st at 5:30 p.m. in front of Essential Bakery, 5601 1st Avenue South in Georgetown. We will walk where Surinderpaul Basra walked to pay our respects to her family and friends, and we will walk to send the message that we want safer streets for everyone in Seattle. These tragedies don’t need to keep happening.
Additional details about the Memorial Walk can be found here:
Nearby Metro buses: 113, 121, 122, 123, 131, 132, 154, 173
We support the goals of Seattle’s Road Safety Action Plan to achieve zero fatalities and serious injuries by taking action. With more effective public policy, better engineering, stricter enforcement and more responsive education, thousands of deaths and injuries can be prevented.
Community leaders will walk with us. Please join us to pay your respects and to show your support for safe, healthy streets in Seattle!
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