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A female pedestrian suffered major injuries after a car crash on Mission and Ney Streets in San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO: Female Pedestrian Injured in Car Accident on Mission and Ney Streets

“Pedestrian vs. Vehicle Collision”

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA (March 1, 2017) – A woman was involved in pedestrian crash Wednesday evening in the Excelsior District, according to police officials. (map)

The incident occurred at approximately 6:44 p.m. A 50-year-old woman attempted to cross Mission Street in the crosswalk at Ney Street, when a 54-year-old driver struck the pedestrian while traveling north on Mission Street, according to to police officials.

The female pedestrian, identified as Qiu Liang, sustained major injuries and was transported to the hospital for treatment of the those injuries. Tragically, she succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced dead the next day. No arrests were made at the scene. No other information was available at the time of the incident.

“According to experts drivers are responsible the majority of the time for pedestrian accidents. These collisions occur when drivers are careless and fail to yield in a crosswalk or when they turn right on a red light without looking out for a pedestrian,” said the attorneys from Lexton Law Firm, a California pedestrian accident and personal injury law firm.”

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