Several readers have written to us recently about new tire-mark “donuts” that have appeared at intersections around Bernal Heights.
Last week, your Bernalwood editor was awakened in the middle of the night by the squealing sound of automobile tires — over, and over, and over again. I could hear someone hooning around the ‘hood, and it sounded as if they were following a specific route, several times in a row.
Neighbor Cara heard it too:
I emailed you earlier about the guy who dangerously picks intersections in Bernal to burn some late night rubber. He came back! This is his THIRD time to the intersection at Nevada and Powhattan. It was about 11pm on Friday night and we heard the tires screeching. This time we ran outside to look from our porch. White, 80s looking convertible with a black soft top. He had a friend filming the ordeal from the sidewalk. After a few minutes of donuts, his friend got in the car and they sped away. Particularly made my blood boil because he came within about 2 feet from slamming into my parked car.
PHOTO: Nevada at Powhattan by Neighbor Cara