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San Francisco metropolis bus struck by SUV six hurt, including two in critical situation


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6 men and women ended up wounded, which include two critically, when an SUV struck a San Francisco city-owned bus on Saturday soon before noon, according to hearth division officials. 

District 2 Supervisor Catherine Stefani explained that a pedestrian, the bus driver, other bus passengers, and the driver of the SUV had been injured. 

Six people were injured in the wreck, including the bus driver, bus passengers, and a pedestrian. 

6 people today ended up wounded in the wreck, which include the bus driver, bus passengers, and a pedestrian. 
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“This driver must be held accountable for this reckless behavior, and I thoroughly intend to do everything doable to make improvements to circumstances for pedestrians and transit riders along this corridor,” Stefani tweeted Saturday. 

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Two folks have been in important issue, even though two had been moderately wounded and two experienced small injuries, in accordance to the San Francisco Fire Section. 

The San Francisco Fire Department told residents to avoid the area as they worked to treat victims. 

The San Francisco Hearth Office told people to stay away from the space as they worked to deal with victims. 
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Pics posted on social media confirmed firefighters treating various victims near the wrecked SUV and metropolis bus. 

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San Francisco resident Eric Kingsbury tweeted that he witnessed the crash and saw the SUV driver “traveling down Lombard westbound at what seemed like 80 mph” just before “slamming” into the bus. 

“I do not think I have at any time observed anything pretty like this. All people is definitely shaken up,” Kingsbury wrote. 

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