One pedestrian killed, one wounded in separate
San Francisco accidents
February 22, 2006
SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) - One man was killed and another seriously
injured in two separate collisions in San Francisco today in which
pedestrians were struck by vehicles, according to San Francisco
police Officer Mike Celis.
The fatal accident was reported at 11:49 a.m. in the area of
Sixth and Brannan Streets. Celis said the victim, a 28-year-old
man whose name has not been released, was struck by a red Camaro
or Mustang. The driver fled the scene in the vehicle after the
collision and is still at large.
The victim sustained major head trauma and died of his injuries.
The second accident occurred around 8 p.m. at 25th Avenue and
The victim in that collision, who appeared to be homeless, also
suffered major head injuries and was taken to San Francisco General
Hospital, according to Celis. He did not know the victim's current
condition. Celis did not have details on the accident, but said
an arrest had been made in the case.
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