Kelly Wallace, 1983-2007

By MIKE MILIARD  |  May 24, 2007

Jaffney Roode, a bike messenger, didn’t know Wallace, but her death, along with Riker’s, hit home. So she’s organized a meeting on June 10 at the Democracy Center (45 Mt. Auburn Street, Cambridge) to talk about how to make Boston’s streets safer.

In the meantime, wear a helmet. And remember Kelly Wallace’s own words: “please please please be careful.”

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