San Francisco Fire Department reported that nine people were hospitalized for a variety of non-life-threatening injuries after a Muni bus collided with a truck at Castro and Beaver around 5:20pm.
At the scene, SFPD Sgt. John Bragagnolo told Hoodline that injured passengers mostly suffered sore backs, bumps and bruises. When we called SFPD for further details, we did not receive a response.
(UPDATE1)Victims are now being taken to local hospitals for a variety of non life threatening injuries AVOID AREA 1805Hrs https://t.co/yHpkKtu5tX— San Francisco Fire (@sffdpio) June 28, 2017
(UPDATE2) EMS-RED ALERT SECURED all 9 victims taken to local hospitals w/non-life threatening Injuries SFFD units clearing 1813 Hrs https://t.co/nPrgebUyiM— San Francisco Fire (@sffdpio) June 28, 2017
SFMTA spokesperson Paul Rose confirmed that a 24-Divisadero bus collided with a delivery truck, but said only eight people were injured. As of this writing, service on the 24 line has been restored.
UPDATE: IB/OB 24 resuming regular service. Shuttles to remain. Expect residual delays in both directions.— SFMTA (@sfmta_muni) June 28, 2017
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