The very agency whose director criticized the organizers of a half-marathon where a man died Sunday had no qualms with the medical plan submitted to it before the event.
RhodyCo, the organizer of the Kaiser Permanente Half Marathon, promised city officials it would have a doctor, a defibrillator, six emergency medical technicians, and a dedicated ambulance and emergency crew available at the finish line, public records show. Read More
A 35-year-old half runner collapsed and died at the finish line of the Kaiser Permanente Half Marathon on Sunday morning, according to eyewitness reports.
The male runner reportedly completed the 13.1 mile race. Police are not releasing the identity of the runner, only saying he is from Orinda, according to KTVU. Read More