SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) - San Francisco Fire Department says three adults were injured in a vehicle collision at Post and Larkin streets where at least one of the vehicles could be seen rolled onto its side Wednesday evening.
Two of the victims were taken to a trauma center, but did not suffer life-threatening injury and were expected to be okay, according to the fire department. A third victim did not require an ambulance and was said to be okay.
SF Fire first tweeted about the incident at 6:35 p.m.
Twitter user, @Porcupinelmf, shared a video of the aftermath with KTVU. They said, "At least once a week, we get an accident here."
Muni lines 2 and 3 were briefly affected, but San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency reported the scene had cleared by 7:44 p.m.
At least once a week, we get an accident here. Wreckless driver rushing home and trying to catch the red light. Do something please @SFCity_Hall @SFGate @sfmta_muni corner of Post and Larkin. @KTSF26 @KTVU should cover this make city do something about it pic.twitter.com/3uHxeaIc9u— SuicidalPorcupine (@Porcupinelmf) February 7, 2019
3 adult injuries 2 taken to trauma Center expected to be okay, the 3rd did not need an ambulance, and will be okay. SFPD will have further on the dynamics of this incident https://t.co/lpuRa59dA9— SAN FRANCISCO FIRE DEPARTMENT (@SFFDPIO) February 7, 2019
UPDATE: Delay at Post and Larkin has cleared. IB 2 and 3 operating on regular routes. https://t.co/q0HcxCGsni— SFMTA (@sfmta_muni) February 7, 2019