3 Pedestrians Injured in Crash at Mission and 23rd Streets

Victims in Critical Condition After San Francisco Accident

Pedestrian Accident

San Francisco, CA (February 12, 2020) – Three people were injured in a crash in San Francisco. The accident occurred on the afternoon of February 12 at Mission and 23rd streets.

Authorities later confirmed that two of the injured were in critical condition and were at San Francisco General Hospital.

A speeding Toyota Prius was heading west on 23rd Street. It turned right onto Mission Street against a red light and hit a pedestrian. The Toyota then rear-ended a Muni bus and went onto the sidewalk, hitting two passengers as they were exiting the bus. Two pedestrians were hospitalized in critical condition.

The driver and passenger in the Toyota fled the accident scene. However, they later returned and were detained. Both were being medically evaluated.

The legal team at Nadrich & Cohen hopes that the accident victims make a speedy and full recovery. We know how difficult it can be to recover physically, emotionally and financially from an auto accident. Let us deal with the insurance companies so that you can focus on treating your injuries and making a full recovery. The law firm of Nadrich & Cohen has handled thousands of accident and personal injury claims since our firm was founded in 1990.

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