SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Seven people are hurt after a truck plowed into pedestrians and a car in San Francisco on Monday, firefighters said.
It happened in the area of Geary and 21st Avenue at around 3:44 p.m. The collision involved a box truck, two pedestrians, and a car occupied by a family of five.
Two out of the seven people hurt are in serious condition. The other five suffered minor injuries.
An elderly person suffered life-threatening injuries. Another elderly person suffered serious injuries.
A family of five was in the car. The five suffered minor injuries, and they range in age from pre-teen to adult.
Their exact ages are not known at this time.
Four paramedic units are on-scene, along with a fire truck.
The driver and occupants of the box truck are cooperating with police.
The pedestrians and family are recovering at the hospital.
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The two serious injuries have been sent to the TRUAMA center. Evaluating the 5 minor injuries. Some Victims are from the car, not all were pedestrians. On going scene AVOID AREA 355pm https://t.co/YFf0jRIBn0
— San Francisco Fire (@sffdpio) January 1, 2018