Bicyclist and Noted Local Designer Injured in Car Crash

Zachary Watson is the bicyclist injured in Monday's horrific crash. Photo from Stamen Design webpage

Zachary Watson is the bicyclist injured in Monday's horrific crash. Photo from Stamen Design webpage

The man behind a car crash that injured six people is now facing 10 felony charges.

Last Monday, police had attempted to stop Anthony Wisner, 25, who was in a silver minivan on Larkin and Post. When Wisner attempted to flee from the police he crashed the minivan into a taxi. The two vehicles injured six people.

SF Streets Blog has reported that one of the injured was a nearby bicyclist named Zachary Watson, who is now in critical condition. Watson is a coder and designer for Stamen Design, a design and technology studio based in the Mission District.

Zachary Watson, a noted 29-year-old city data visualizer, remains hospitalized in critical condition after a driver fleeing police in a stolen minivan caused a two-car wreck Monday night. Watson was apparently walking with his bike or locking it up when the vehicles hurtled toward him. He is known for creating works like a map of private shuttles that connect San Francisco to Silicon Valley. READ MORE HERE.

The car crash occurred at 10:15 p.m. on Monday.

Watson has been working as a data visualizer for Stamen Design since 2011. You can check out his maps and portfolio here.

More info on the crash via KRON4

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