30 scooters have been dumped! 10 pulled out so far.
In a statement to KOIN 6 News about the e-scooters pulled from the river, a Bird spokesperson said:
“WhenBird vehicles are vandalized or thrown into rivers or lakes, it’s like breaking windows in your own neighborhood. Vandalism of any kind should not be accepted, full stop. At
Bird, we have zero tolerance for vandalism and aggressively address it when it occurs in communities where we are meeting the needs for sustainable transportation options. We encourage everyone in these communities — whether they ride Bird or not — to report
vandalism done to or with our vehicles as we are committed to acting swiftly and effectively. If you see something, report it to us at email@example.com.”