(UPDATE 1:14 p.m.): Good news: The victim has been identified. His family is with him now as he remains in critical condition. However, hospital authorities would not release his identity to the media.
(Original story 7:23 a.m.): San Francisco General Hospital is asking for your help identifying a man in his late teens or early 20s who was found unconscious Saturday afternoon at the off-ramp near Cesar Chavez and 280.
The man apparently feel from the 280 freeway overpass at Evans Avenue, and remains in critical condition with multiple life-threatening injuries, including head trauma, according to Rachael Kagan, spokeswoman for San Francisco General Hospital.
She describes the patient as a Latino man with dark brown, wavy hair and brown eyes. He is about 5-foot-4, weighing approximately 145 pounds. He has no tattoos. He was wearing a black T-shirt and light-colored shorts.
He arrived at the hospital at about 1:30 p.m. unconscious and with no identification.
Authorities have exhausted all efforts to find his family.
Anyone who knows this man or is missing a friend or relative that matches this description is asked to contact SFGH Sheriff's Department at 206-8063.