Tenderloin Road Rage Leaves Cyclist, 26, Injured at 4th and Market Streets
TENDERLOIN, San Francisco (May 13, 2016) – A 26-yer-old male cyclist was injured after being involved in a road rage near Fourth and Market streets, according to an article by SF Gate.
The accident happened on May 12.
As per the article, the male bicyclist got into an argument with an individual from a vehicle occupied by 18-year-old Taj’Zanae Zakira Thomas and at least two others.
After a heated verbal altercation, witnesses claimed the female driving the involved car intentionally struck the bicyclist and pulled his bike tow down the street.
Responding paramedics immediately transported the victim to a nearby hospital where he was treated for sustained pelvic lacerations and a fractured back.
The female suspect attempted to escape from the scene but she was stopped by bystanders who stood in front of her car after the collision.
The SF Gate published that Thomas was booked in jail on suspicion of felony assault with a deadly weapon.
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