Pedestrian Hit and Injured by Car on Fulton Street [San Francisco, CA]

Pedestrian Hit and Injured by Car on Fulton Street [San Francisco, CA]

Pedestrian Hit and Injured by Car on Fulton Street [San Francisco, CA]

91-Year-Old Woman Injured in Pedestrian Accident in San Francisco

 
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (April 2, 2019) – On Tuesday night, a 91-year-old woman was injured after being hit by a car on Fulton Street in San Francisco. The San Francisco Police Department stated the incident happened around 9:05 PM on 37th Avenue near the Golden Gate Park.
 
As per reports, a woman was driving westbound in a white Chevrolet Equinox. Soon after, the victim was hit by the westbound SUV as she was crossing Fulton Street.
 
First responders arrived at the scene shortly after. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital with major injuries. Her current medical condition is unclear at this time.
 
The identity of the victim has not yet been released to the public.
 
Authorities stated the driver is cooperating with law enforcement. They do not believe alcohol and drugs were a factor in the accident. The street was closed off for a brief time for cleanup and preliminary investigation. No further details have been released regarding the circumstances leading up to the incident at this time.
 
Pedestrian accidents are common in cities. As drivers, we must remember to yield to pedestrians and slow down in streets where it may be difficult to see what lies ahead. By driving responsibly and safely at all times, our chances of getting into a crash are lower.


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