OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A man is in critical condition at a hospital after a vehicle hit him and his dog in Oakland’s Fruitvale district on Tuesday night, according to police.

The man and his dog were struck by a vehicle in the 2900 block of Fruitvale Avenue around 8:15 p.m., police said.

The man was taken to a hospital. Police haven’t released any information about the dog’s condition.

No one has been arrested in connection with the collision, according to police.

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  1. Greg Gadfly says:

    The FBI and DEA are corrupt trash.

    Corrupt Department of Justice employees have been running a massive theft ring that has been targeting suspects.

    Employees of the FBi and DEA fabricate evidence and steal from their suspects. They use falsified evidence to get warrants and enter homes taking things like jewelry, watches and money.

    Other employees take suspect’s vehicles to be searched or trackers installed. Actually the vehicles are taken, wear item parts are removed and switched with DOJ employee’s personal vehicles. They take tires, break rotors and other expensive parts.

    I called the San Francisco Attorney General’s office to complain about agents who were stealing from suspects.

    First, FBI and DEA employees tried to lure me to Mexico.

    Next, when that did not work, I was in San Francisco at the now closed tower records store. In walks three hells angels members wearing the vests, etc… and they were glaring at me.

    Someone else came in the store shortly after they had and told the three if they caused any trouble, their club house in Oakland would be raided. I think the person that entered the store may have been state police who was tailing the three where ever they went. Lucky for me.

    They left without incident.

    The DoJ is filled with incompetent and corrupt losers with a false sense of aristocracy who would be unemployed if it were not for the lax hiring criteria of the US government.