Pedestrian Crash near Westgate Drive Left Minor with Life-Threatening Injuries
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (September 23, 2022) – Late Tuesday afternoon, a minor was seriously injured in a pedestrian accident on Ocean Avenue.
The collision happened around 4:00 p.m., near Westgate Drive.
At this time, the circumstances leading up to the incident remain unclear. Although, reports indicate that a bus struck a minor for reasons under investigation.
Responding medical personnel said the unidentified minor sustained life-threatening injuries; however, police have not yet released their identity.
In addition, the involved bus driver stayed at the scene and cooperated with the investigation.
Those with further information regarding the pedestrian accident on Ocean Avenue are encouraged to contact the San Francisco Police Department at 415-575-4444.
Once available, more details will be provided to the public.
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