4 Hurt in San Francisco Car Accident on Market Street
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (May 31, 2019) – Four people sustained injuries in a car accident on Market Street on May 29.
The incident began when police attempted to stop a stolen vehicle. However, the suspect drove onto the sidewalk near the Tenderloin police station. The driver then struck a street worker and scaffolding while officers attempted to stop her.
The street worker sustained non-life threatening injuries and went to the hospital.
After the crash with the worker, the suspect then struck other parked cars. She eventually struck a pedestrian near Eddy and Taylor Streets and kept driving. The pedestrian suffered critical injuries.
The driver then struck two other cars near Market and 5th Streets. The vehicles’ occupants received treatment after complaining of pain.
The driver didn’t stop and struck another car at 5th Street and Clara Street. The car’s occupant sustained injuries in this collision.
The suspect still kept driving and struck another car at 6th and Clara. The injured received treatment at the scene. This collision at 6th Street stopped the suspect from going on.
Authorities arrested the suspect.
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