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1 Injured After Tenderloin Hit-And-Run Car Chase

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By Fiona Lee - Published on August 08, 2017.

A 28-year-old woman was injured during a car chase last night through the Tenderloin, police reported. 

As officers pursued a 16-year-old male suspect involved in a felony hit-and-run just before 5pm, the suspect hit an occupied vehicle and multiple parked cars at the intersection of Turk and Polk streets. 

The suspect got out of the car and then fled on foot. Police caught up with him and placed the suspect under arrest.

The woman suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to the hospital. 

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