Music lovers and San Francisco cyclists alike are thinking about DJ Toph One, who ended up in ICU at San Francisco General after falling from his bike and getting hit by a car in hit-and-run accident at Ocean and Geneva near City College on Sunday night around midnight, January 8th.
Identified as 41-year-old Christopher Evans, the popular DJ remains in the hospital with a broken pelvis requiring surgery. Unfortnately, the hit-and-run assailant is still unknown.
The San Francisco community has already come to his side, arranging benefits to help raise money to help him as follows:
Public Works on January 20th at 9 p.m., which will feature sets by J Boogie, Chris Orr, B Cause — and more.
Som Bar on January 22nd with Sake One, DJ Stef, Doc Fu, and Rascue.
Facebook page, where fans can drop a note of support for Evans
Both events will accept donations and a percentage of bar sales will go toward Evans’ recovery.
Although firefighters nearby witnessed the accident, there is no vehicle description and police have no details on the driver. However, if anyone did witness this accident and has information, please contact the Police Department’s anonymous tip line at 575-4444 or send a tip by text message to TIP411.
About the author: Claude Wyle is an aggressive advocate for Bay Area bicyclists. Claude has decades of experience representing those harmed by the wrongful conduct of other, and, as a San Francisco Bicyclist Accident Attorney, has fought to protect the rights of injured cyclists throughout his legal career. Claude is also an avid cyclist himself and member of the Marin County Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition and Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition and is a sponsor of Safe Routes to School.