SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) - A truck carrying as many as nine dogs in back, crashed into parked cars, rolled off the road and slammed into a building. The accident, near 26th and Santiago Street in San Francisco's Parkside neighborhood, happened around 3:15 p.m.officials said.
One adult and one child were transported to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries. They are expected to be okay. The owners of the dogs have been contacted and authorities comforted them until they were picked up. Two dogs are still missing in the area, according to San Francisco Fire Department.
After the crash, three dogs jumped out of the vehicle and ran off. The six remaining dogs were shaken up, but otherwise uninjured, according to SF Fire Dept. spokesperson Jonathan
A witness said the truck was double parked, when the brakes apparently gave way and started to roll. Several cars were hit, including one with a child inside.
San Francisco Fire is asking the public to avoid the area.
SFFD update on the 26th and Santiago Incident two K9s missing now. SFFD called the owners of 7 with good reunification’s pic.twitter.com/fWLnmijDxo— San Francisco Fire (@sffdpio) November 17, 2017
VEHICLE OFF AN EMBANKMENT 26th and Santiago w/ one adult non-life threatening injury AVOID AREA pic.twitter.com/F0WdGzDbsn— San Francisco Fire (@sffdpio) November 16, 2017