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Concord Police Searching For Driver Who Fled Collision After Striking Bicyclist


The Concord Police Department Traffic Bureau is currently investigating a hit-and-run collision that occurred at the intersection of Concord Blvd. and Farm Bureau Rd. on Wednesday 12/21/2022 at 10:25 p.m.

A bicyclist traveling on Farm Bureau Rd. was struck by a vehicle traveling on Concord Blvd. After the collision, the driver fled in the truck eastbound on Concord Blvd.

The bicyclist, a 57-year-old male Concord resident, was transported to John Muir Hospital, Walnut Creek. The suspect vehicle was seen in downtown area minutes prior to the collision.


Video Footage was recovered and the suspect vehicle was described as a silver/gray 2000-2006 Toyota Tundra extended cab. The vehicle should have minor damage to the front. Attached photo is an actual photo of the suspect vehicle.

Anyone with information regarding this case, please contact Officer Katan Nanthasiri with CPD’s Traffic Bureau at 925-671-5096.


Jessica January 2, 2023 - 10:34 PM - 10:34 PM

Claycord truck drivers are the worst. I was once forced off of Marsh Creek by a raised truck making an illegal pass and I hit a pole to avoid a high-speed head-on collision. Dude was followed and had exactly no remorse; laughed and commented about how he thought I was fine when he saw my car totalled into a pole.

Concord donut January 3, 2023 - 5:21 AM - 5:21 AM

Hi Jessica. That’s awful. When walking home from work I got hit by a car in a crosswalk.

Schmee January 3, 2023 - 7:28 AM - 7:28 AM

If I’m riding a bike I keep it far enough away from those big things called automobiles. If I get hit by a car I was definitely in the street where I should not have been. Bicyclists think they own three feet of every road now. Sorry physics just reminded you- watch out for the bigger guy.

The Fearless Spectator January 3, 2023 - 5:54 PM - 5:54 PM

In the world of cyclists, you are one in one thousand. It’s amazing to me that some cyclists seem to go out of their way to challenge objects 30 times their weight operated by people of unknown qualifications.
I hope this person makes a speedy recovery and am not making any assumptions as to their cycling etiquette.

Oh, please January 3, 2023 - 6:51 PM - 6:51 PM

Yep- I guarantee that the bike here was at fault. Most I have seen refuse to ride in a straight line. They swerve dangerously all over without any care! I stay FAR away from bikes. But the truck SHOULD have stopped. He was likely drunk and that is probably why he did not stop. So, both are probably at fault.

Exit 12A January 3, 2023 - 7:32 AM - 7:32 AM

Critical Mass, Now!

Gittyup January 4, 2023 - 9:39 AM - 9:39 AM

Critical Mess! 😕

BORbeliever January 3, 2023 - 8:03 AM - 8:03 AM

Seems like hit and runs are becoming a trend locally. Did they ever catch the person who hit Maricela Villa on Marsh Drive in Concord?

Oh, please January 3, 2023 - 6:52 PM - 6:52 PM

People don’t stop when they are drunk. THAT has been the real problem here.

Dawg January 3, 2023 - 10:16 PM - 10:16 PM

Some people are so drunk, they don’t even realize they hit anything until the next day when they see the dent in their car, and wonder, “how’d that get there?”

Chicken Little January 3, 2023 - 8:19 AM - 8:19 AM

Whatever happened to simple human decency and doing the right thing? It seems like drivers these days flee the scene of an accident more often than they stick around and take responsibility.

I hope the bicyclist makes a full recovery and the driver is found.

Bub January 3, 2023 - 10:45 AM - 10:45 AM

What happen to simple human decency and doing the right thing? They flee because their probably impaired!

Cautiously Informed January 3, 2023 - 7:09 PM - 7:09 PM

I remember when when hit and run was uncommon, and even pretty much unheard of. Now it’s a regular thing.
Now more and more in our society lawlessness prevails. Why? Because of politicians and their supporters who aid and abet criminals and support and encourage crime.

The Fearless Spectator January 3, 2023 - 9:28 PM - 9:28 PM

Legislation has now made Jay Walking legal. There is your sign as to additional inept legislation to come. It’s almost like stupid is some sort of badge of honor now.

~0le January 3, 2023 - 9:51 PM - 9:51 PM

About 80 percent of hit-and-run incidents are never solved.

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