Yee released from hospital
Sanchez elected School Board President
By Tamara Barak, Bay City News Service
January 10, 2007
SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) - San Francisco school board member
Norman Yee has been released from the hospital and is recovering
at an inpatient rehabilitation facility after being struck by
a car last month, according to a spokeswoman for the San Francisco
Unified School District.
San Francisco School Board Vice President Norman Yee
Yee was hit around 10 p.m. on Dec. 26 as he walked in a crosswalk
at Fourth and Bryant streets in the city's South of Market neighborhood.
"He's receiving physical therapy and predicts he'll remain
in the hospital doing rehabilitation for the next few weeks,''
district spokeswoman Gentle Blythe said this morning.
Yee already is participating in school board business, Blythe
said. He called in to Tuesday night's meeting to join in the board's
Mark Sanchez was elected president of the board, while Yee --
last year's president -- was elected vice president, Blythe said.
According to police, the driver of the sedan that hit Yee was
issued a citation.
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