San Francisco city bus hit by SUV; six injured, two of them in critical condition

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Six people were injured, two seriously, when an SUV hit a San Francisco city-owned bus shortly before noon on Saturday, fire officials said.

District 2 Supervisor Catherine Stefani said a pedestrian, the bus driver, other bus passengers and the SUV driver were injured.

Six people were injured in the wreckage, including the bus driver, bus passengers and a pedestrian.
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“This driver must be held accountable for this reckless behavior, and I fully intend to do my best to improve conditions for pedestrians and transit users along this corridor,” Stefani tweeted on Saturday.

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Two people were in critical condition, while two suffered minor injuries and two suffered minor injuries, according to the San Francisco Fire Department.

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The San Francisco Fire Department told residents to avoid the area as they worked to treat victims.
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Photos posted on social media showed firefighters treating multiple victims near the wrecked SUV and city bus.

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Eric Kingsbury, a San Francisco resident, tweeted that he witnessed the accident and saw the driver of the SUV ‘fly over Lombard heading west at what felt like 80 mph’ before ‘slamming’ into the bus.

“I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like it. Everyone is really shaken up,” Kingsbury wrote.

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