Limo Crashes After Attempted Carjacking, Shooting In SF

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – A limousine driver suffered minor injuries after an attempted carjacking Thursday morning that ended with a crash on a Mission District alley, San Francisco police said.

The suspect opened fire on a Lincoln town car registered to the Abala Limousine Service near the corner of Mission and 18th streets just before 4:30 a.m., police said.

The bullets did not hit the driver, who sped away only to crash into a parked car a few blocks away on a narrow one-way street, according to police.

Limousine Crashes After Attempted Carjacking In SF Mission District

The crash on Clinton Park near Guerrero Street caused minor damage to the other vehicle, police said. Police found bullet holes in the limousine.

The driver asked to be taken to the hospital for treatment.

Police had not identified any suspects, and there had been no arrests.

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