skip to Main Content

Bristol Volunteer Fire Fighter Struck and Killed in Hit-and-Run

A lifetime member of the Bristol Goodwill Hose Company Station 52 was killed in a hit and run accident on Route 13, early Tuesday morning

53 year -old Daniel Santiago was riding his bicycle on Route 13 between Beaver Dam Road and Green Lane when he was struck from behind police say, by an unknown vehicle in Bristol Township.

Santiago was pronounced dead at the scene, said police.

Police say they are still investigating the fatal hit and run and ask anyone with information to contact  Sgt C.J. Winik or officer Pat Kitchenman at 267-812-3053.

If you lived in Bristol you often saw Santiago riding his bike throughout the borough, always with a quick joke, followed by a laugh.

Our condolences to his family and fellow firefighters at Station 52.

 

 

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. My uncle was devoted firefighter and love visiting his siblings and Nieces and nephews threw out the boro anyone who new him know the bike was his car he would ride it beyond the boro limits croydon to the unform job Lincoln high to the dump warehouses furniture job he had a job not matter ware it was he was riding his bike to get there we will miss the unexpected pop up visits. No matter wht mood we were in before he came we were always laughing while he was with us n smiling as he road off saying catch u later my uncle was left for die n no one should be left to die alone please if u know or hear anything call the number n help my uncle. Cause my uncle was one of the many outstanding citizen who volunteer there time n life to help other and now he is home with his mother and father Sophia and Eugene Santiago . Danny was the youngest out of 6 children Edy /Hector /Nick /Edward /Eric Santiago

  2. Sophia,

    Thank you for sharing that information with us, I knew Danny personally and he was one of those good dudes doing good things here in Bristol. I am truly sorry for your loss, your families loss, and the communities loss, Deepest thoughts to you and yours in your moment of loss.

    Jeff Bohen – Publisher/Editor Lower Bucks Source

  3. I am a life member ladies auxiliary at Bristol Fire co. #1 & along with my husband Jim a volunteer firefighter for #1’s for over 50 years worked bingo at Good Will fire co. #3’s on Thursday evenings for over 15 years & Danny would come up to the kitchen window to buy something to eat or drink & he was
    One of the nicest people around.
    You never heard anything negative c
    Concerning Danny. We would
    Often see him riding by our house
    On hi is bike. My heart goes out
    to the family during this difficult
    time.How could anyone be so
    heartless to leave a person dying
    after striking him is beyond my
    apprehension, but he or she will
    have to live with that guilt for the
    rest of their life!
    Sincerely
    Kathy Lake

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Breaking News

Bristol Volunteer Fire Fighter Struck and Killed in Hit-and-Run

A lifetime member of the Bristol Goodwill Hose Company Station 52 was killed in a hit and run accident on Route 13, early Tuesday morning

53 year -old Daniel Santiago was riding his bicycle on Route 13 between Beaver Dam Road and Green Lane when he was struck from behind police say, by an unknown vehicle in Bristol Township.

Santiago was pronounced dead at the scene, said police.

Police say they are still investigating the fatal hit and run and ask anyone with information to contact  Sgt C.J. Winik or officer Pat Kitchenman at 267-812-3053.

If you lived in Bristol you often saw Santiago riding his bike throughout the borough, always with a quick joke, followed by a laugh.

Our condolences to his family and fellow firefighters at Station 52.

 

 

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. My uncle was devoted firefighter and love visiting his siblings and Nieces and nephews threw out the boro anyone who new him know the bike was his car he would ride it beyond the boro limits croydon to the unform job Lincoln high to the dump warehouses furniture job he had a job not matter ware it was he was riding his bike to get there we will miss the unexpected pop up visits. No matter wht mood we were in before he came we were always laughing while he was with us n smiling as he road off saying catch u later my uncle was left for die n no one should be left to die alone please if u know or hear anything call the number n help my uncle. Cause my uncle was one of the many outstanding citizen who volunteer there time n life to help other and now he is home with his mother and father Sophia and Eugene Santiago . Danny was the youngest out of 6 children Edy /Hector /Nick /Edward /Eric Santiago

  2. Sophia,

    Thank you for sharing that information with us, I knew Danny personally and he was one of those good dudes doing good things here in Bristol. I am truly sorry for your loss, your families loss, and the communities loss, Deepest thoughts to you and yours in your moment of loss.

    Jeff Bohen – Publisher/Editor Lower Bucks Source

  3. I am a life member ladies auxiliary at Bristol Fire co. #1 & along with my husband Jim a volunteer firefighter for #1’s for over 50 years worked bingo at Good Will fire co. #3’s on Thursday evenings for over 15 years & Danny would come up to the kitchen window to buy something to eat or drink & he was
    One of the nicest people around.
    You never heard anything negative c
    Concerning Danny. We would
    Often see him riding by our house
    On hi is bike. My heart goes out
    to the family during this difficult
    time.How could anyone be so
    heartless to leave a person dying
    after striking him is beyond my
    apprehension, but he or she will
    have to live with that guilt for the
    rest of their life!
    Sincerely
    Kathy Lake

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Breaking News

Back To Top