SAN FRANCISCO: Road Rage Turns Hit-and-run, Leaves Man Critical on Underwood Avenue
The accident happened at around 7:00 p.m. in the city’s Bayview neighborhood.
Preliminary report stated that a the suspect stopped his car in the middle of the street and got into a verbal altercation with an elder pedestrian.
Then, in a turnout of events, the suspect opened his car door. It then hit the car’s gas and drove forward, head-on into the pedestrian. The car struck the victim and dragged him, as mentioned in the article.
The force from the impact resulted in the victim sustaining life-threatening head trauma.
The victim’s name remained private with the authorities. But he was described as a 56-year-old man.
The involved automobile escaped from the scene with its identity concealed.
The San Francisco Police are now searching for the suspect who was allegedly driving a black four-door car.
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