Male Pedestrian Hospitalized after Hit-and-Run Collision near Junipero Serra Boulevard
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (September 7, 2021) – Monday night on August 30, a 30-year-old man sustained injuries in a hit-and-run crash on 19th Avenue.
The crash took place around 11:00 p.m., in the area of 19th Avenue and Junipero Serra Boulevard, as per report.
For reasons unknown, the driver of the unknown vehicle struck and injured the man as he was walking along the road. Following the impact, the driver fled the scene without rendering aid to the victim.
Paramedics responded and brought the male pedestrian to a local hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.
There has been no arrest in connection with the hit-and-run, and no description of the car or driver was immediately available.
Authorities encourage anyone with further information to contact their offices as soon as possible.
Meanwhile, the crash is still under investigation.
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