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Monday, September 8, 2014

Another Pedestrian and Four Cars Hit in Muni Crash This Morning

Posted By on Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 11:18 AM

There was yet another Muni collision this morning, this time in the Richmond District, which left two people injured. 

Richmondsfblog.com got some photos of the incident which happened at about 8:10 a.m. when a driver in a Honda crashed into a 31-Balboa Muni bus at the corner of Eighth Avenue and Balboa. The car then crashed into the cyclist from behind, according to the blog.

Meanwhile, the Muni driver swerved to try and avoid the Honda and instead hit four other cars. 
“Neighbors said they heard a very loud crash and screams. The cyclist on the ground was conscious and asked for someone to call his wife,” Shane J. tells the Richmond blog. It appears the driver had some sort of medical emergency and failed to stop at the stop sign.  

Fortunately, the Muni bus was empty.

Be careful out there.

[via Richmond Blog]

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