Pedestrian Struck By Vehicle At Masonic & Oak

Pedestrian Struck By Vehicle At Masonic & OakImage via Google Maps
Rose Garrett
Published on April 16, 2015

Multiple reports indicate that a male pedestrian was seriously injured after being struck by a vehicle this morning at Masonic and Oak.

"I saw a jogger run over at Masonic and Oak," reports tipster Nadia N., and SFCitizen relayed some of the action via Twitter:

"When I left just a bit ago the poor guy was still on the ground with paramedics enroute," wrote one witness on NextDoor. "Does anyone know who to petition to get a bike/runner light at this intersection like they have on Fell/Masonic? This is not the first nor will be the last accident there ..."

We've reached out to SFPD to learn more about the incident and get an update on the pedestrian's condition, and will update this story when we learn more. 

Update, 4/17: SFPD's Albie Esparza confirms that the pedestrian was at fault in the incident, noting that he ran into traffic against his own light. Two of the cars in the street saw him, but the third vehicle didn't see him in time. The driver remained on the scene, and the man is still in life-threatening condition.