F-Market, 10-Townsend Crash on Market St.

Market Street, San Francisco
Photo by Flickr user b00nj

Update (8:25 p.m.): MTA says that the operators of the Muni vehicles were also taken to hospitals.

Update (7:10 p.m.): MTA reports that five people were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, and 10 were treated at the scene of the accident.

Update (6:26 p.m.): The Examiner reports that 13 were injured, and that an automobile was also involved.

Original post: SF Appeal has the story; unknown injured. MTA reports injuries, but number and nature are unknown as of yet. We’ll update this post when we get more info.

3 comments

  • Susan

    What is so puzzling to me was that with all the SFPD standing around, not a single one of them had got out onto Market/2nd and directed traffic! It was a total cluster, with the trolley, buss, firetrucks, ambulances, SFPD vehicles…. and commute traffic, and commutee pedestrian traffic – a total cluster!

  • david

    I can’t find this story in the Chorn/Examiner. It looked like a pretty big deal yesterday as Market Street outbound was stopped during rush hour and multiple ambulances were on the scene taking people out. But not a peep.

    • David, do you mean the print versions of those papers? Both of their sites have a couple stories up. I have no idea about the print versions.

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