After daughter’s death, Sacramento mother thankful for new traffic lightLoading
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    Mary Murigi hugs a new traffic signal at 58th Street and Fruitridge - the intersection where her 16-year-old daughter Michelle Murigi was hit by a car in January 2012 and died. City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrated the operation of a new traffic signal at a West Campus High School press conference in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being turned on. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin, at far right, - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    Mary Murigi looks up the skies as she remembers her 16-year-old daughter Michelle Murigi who was hit by a car at the intersection of 58th Street and Fruitridge and died in January 2012. City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrated the operation of a new traffic signal at the site with a West Campus High School press conference in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being activated. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    Mary Murigi the mother of teenager Michelle Murigi, who died in January 2012 while walking across Fruitridge Road in south Sacramento at an event to activate a new traffic signal at the intersection. City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrated the operation of a new traffic signal at a West Campus High School press conference in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being turned on. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the intersection of Fruitridge Road and 58th Street. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin, at far right, - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the intersection of Fruitridge Road and 58th Street. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin, pictured here, - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    Mary Murigi the mother of teenager Michelle Murigi, who died in January 2012 while walking across Fruitridge Road in south Sacramento at an event to activate a new traffic signal at the intersection. City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrated the operation of a new traffic signal at a West Campus High School press conference in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being turned on. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    Mary Murigi the mother of teenager Michelle Murigi, who died in January 2012 while walking across Fruitridge Road in south Sacramento at an event to activate a new traffic signal at the intersection. City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrated the operation of a new traffic signal at a West Campus High School press conference in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being turned on. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    Mary Murigi holds up a picture of her 16-year-old daughter Michelle Murigi who was hit by a car and died in January 2012 and leads a procession of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being activated.City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrated the operation of a new traffic signal at the site with a West Campus High School press conference in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being activated. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the intersection of Fruitridge Road and 58th Street. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being turned on. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    Mary Murigi the mother of teenager Michelle Murigi, who died in January 2012 while walking across Fruitridge Road in south Sacramento at an event to activate a new traffic signal at the intersection. City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrated the operation of a new traffic signal at a West Campus High School press conference in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being turned on. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    Mary Murigi the mother of teenager Michelle Murigi, who died in January 2012 while walking across Fruitridge Road in south Sacramento at an event to activate a new traffic signal at the intersection. City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrated the operation of a new traffic signal at a West Campus High School press conference in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being turned on. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the intersection of Fruitridge Road and 58th Street. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being turned on. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    Mary Murigi holds up a picture of her 16-year-old daughter Michelle Murigi who was hit by a car and died in January 2012 at this intersection of 58th Street and Fruitridge. City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrated the operation of a new traffic signal at the site with a West Campus High School press conference in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being activated. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    Mary Murigi the mother of teenager Michelle Murigi, who died in January 2012 while walking across Fruitridge Road in south Sacramento at an event to activate a new traffic signal at the intersection. City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrated the operation of a new traffic signal at a West Campus High School press conference in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being turned on. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    Mary Murigi the mother of teenager Michelle Murigi, who died in January 2012 while walking across Fruitridge Road in south Sacramento at an event to activate a new traffic signal at the intersection. City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrated the operation of a new traffic signal at a West Campus High School press conference in Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being turned on. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the intersection of Fruitridge Road and 58th Street. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being turned on. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the intersection of Fruitridge Road and 58th Street. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being turned on. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
  • City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the i
    City of Sacramento and the Sacramento City Unified School District celebrate the operation of a new traffic signal on Fruitridge Road at a West Campus High School press conference Sacramento, Calif., on Tuesday, May 9, 2014. About 28 months ago, 16-year-old Michelle Murigi was hit by a car at the intersection of Fruitridge Road and 58th Street. Hundreds of West Campus High School students along with local officials and friends and family walked to Fruitridge Road and witness the new traffic lights being turned on. Last fall, after student activism and a petition drive led by high school senior Siena Antolin - a friend of Michelle - the city and school district agreed to share the $400,000 cost of installing traffic signals at the busy corner.
    Manny Crisostomo | mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
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