SAN FRANCISCO (CSB SF) — One person was killed and two others injured in a two-vehicle collision Sunday afternoon near the Hunters Point Shoreline, San Francisco police said.
The crash occurred about 3:35 p.m. Sunday at the intersection of Evans Avenue and Hunters Point Boulevard. San Francisco police Officer Robert Rueca said in an email that one of the vehicles had rolled over.READ MORE: Belmont Police Say Missing Mother, Son Found Safe
The drivers of both vehicles and a passenger in one of them were all taken to a local hospital; one of the drivers has since died at the hospital, Rueca said, and the other driver is being treated for
life-threatening injuries Sunday night. The passenger suffered less serious injuries, he said.
3rd victim (teenager) rescued taken to trauma center. 2 adults critical 1 teenager moderate injuries AVOID AREA. https://t.co/DIPxyC1W9zREAD MORE: Helicopter With 4 Aboard Crashes in Colusa County North of Sacramento
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The SFPD’s Traffic Collision Investigation Unit was on the scene late Sunday afternoon, and no information about the cause of the accident was immediately available.MORE NEWS: McCarthy Jokes About Hitting Pelosi With Gavel If GOP Retakes House in 2022
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