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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Kenneth "Bryan" Goodwin Identified as Wheelchair-Bound Man Killed by Car

Posted By on Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 4:57 PM

click to enlarge Kenneth Bryan Goodwin - SCREEN-GRAB VIA KRON4
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  • Kenneth Bryan Goodwin

Medical authorities today released the name of the wheelchair-bound man who was struck and killed by a driver in the Hayes Valley neighborhood earlier this week; 31-year-old Kenneth "Bryan" Goodwin was killed while at the intersection of Market and Octavia Monday morning.

Goodwin, a San Francisco resident, was an employee with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency where he worked as a hearing clerk.

Bill Keener, a spokesman for the EPA, told KRON4 that Goodwin, who had osteogenesis imperfecta, a genetic defect that affects the body's collagen production, also worked with disability rights groups to improve the city's policies for responding to emergencies, especially for people with disabilities.

"We're still kind of shocked about it," Keener said.


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