EXCLUSIVE: ‘Get OUT of the bike lane – you’re killing us!’ Moment San Francisco start-up founder screeches and screams at ambulance for blocking cycle lane while EMTs “finished emergency paperwork”‘
- Cyclist Stacey Randecker, 51, of San Francisco, had an outburst in the bike lane on 7th Street outside of the Room & Board home furnishing store
- An ambulance was parked in the bike lane while EMTs filled out paperwork
- ‘I am losing my God damn mind,’ Randecker said in a video. ‘Here’s an ambulance in the bike lane…I am not even half a mile from a home’
- She confronted the EMTs and told them they are ‘killing’ bikers and asked them to move out of the bike lane. The ambulance did move across the street
- Randecker also accused them of being on ‘break,’ but the Fire Dept. denied it
An unhinged woman in San Francisco screeched at an ambulance for blocking the bike lane while paramedics finished paperwork after an emergency call.
Stacey Randecker, 51, of San Francisco, who goes by @drivingmzstacey on social media, had an outburst in the bike lane on 7th Street outside of the Room & Board home furnishing store when she noticed an ambulance in her way.
‘I am losing my God damn mind,’ Randecker said in a video she posted on Thursday. ‘Here’s an ambulance in the bike lane! There is a business they can park in! They can block the car lane, they can block the non-existent motorcycle park lane!
‘I am not even half a mile from a home on a rainy day. What the f**k? What the f**k?’ the exasperated woman said.
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Stacey Randecker, 51, of San Francisco, who goes by @drivingmzstacey on social media, had an outburst in the bike lane on 7th Street outside of the Room & Board home furnishing store when she noticed an ambulance in her way
‘I am losing my God damn mind,’ Randecker said in a video she posted on Thursday. ‘Here’s an ambulance in the bike lane! … ‘I am not even half a mile from a home on a rainy day. What the f**k? What the f**k?’
Stacey Randecker, 51, of San Francisco, who goes by @drivingmzstacey on social media
The mother seemed to be at her wit’s end as she showed a nearly empty street where only a few cars passed her and the ambulance as she screamed in the street.
Moments later, she rolled her bike up to the ambulance’s driver’s side door, where an EMT was sitting with the window cracked.
‘Get out of the bike lane,’ Randecker said as she emphasized every word before telling the emergency worker to pull into furnishing store’s parking lot or the motorcycle parking lane.
‘You’re killing us, get out of the bike lane!’ she screamed. ‘Unbelievable! They’re killing us, they’re killing us.’
The EMT, who Randecker accused of being on break, did move the vehicle to the other side of the street after a few more cars passed by.
The San Francisco Fire Department disputed Randecker’s claims, writing on Twitter: ‘The crews did not say they “were on a break,” they were finishing a medical emergency with a patient care document from a call at that location, which is why they moved to the other side of the street rather than engage with you. Have a safe day.’
‘You’re killing us.’ She confronted the EMTs, telling them to move and park in the nearby parking lot
She showed the near empty street behind her and the ambulance before she confronting the EMTs and accused her of being the reason bikers die on roadways
A source told DailyMail.com that Randecker is well-known in the area for having an agenda and wants to close the Embarcadero roadway, which runs along the eastern shoreline, to cars.
According to her website, she is running a campaign called No Cars Go, where she wants ‘take back space’ from vehicles and ‘give it to the people.’
‘Our cities are dominated by motor vehicles. Whether it’s by driving or parking, their access is choking our streets and our lungs. And as the pandemic has illustrated, that this space allocation is deadly in so many ways,’ her website read.
The ambulance did eventually move and the San Francisco Fire Department denied that the workers were on their break, but rather they were fill out paperwork after responding to a call
Randecker is also a startup founder, according to her LinkedIn, although the business is currently operating in ‘stealth mode’ to avoid competitors stealing their ideas.
Prior to Pennsylvania-native’s secret startup, she worked as a marketing manager for a tech company and co-hosted a transportation radio show.
DailyMail.com has reached out to Randecker for comment.
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