Bus Driver, Passenger Injured in Crash on Lombard and Scott Streets
Muni Bus Accident in San Francisco Causes Serious Injuries
San Francisco, CA (September 10, 2018) – A Muni bus driver and passenger were hospitalized after suffering injuries in a crash in San Francisco. The accident happened on the morning of September 10 at Lombard and Scott streets
The bus driver, a 66-year-old man, suffered life-threatening injuries after crossing over a center divider and slamming into a tree and building. The bus also hit a parked van before coming to a rest on the sidewalk.
A passenger on the bus was also injured. Both victims were taken to a local hospital.
It is unknown how the crash occurred. The bus driver was previously recognized as a “safe driver.”
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