Update: One injured when Muni car and vehicle collide in Mission Bay

San Francisco Municipal Railway service in the city’s Mission Bay neighborhood was briefly interrupted this afternoon after a Muni light rail vehicle collided with a car.

The collision was reported at 12:37 p.m. at Third and 16th streets, according to Muni spokesman Paul Rose.

No one on the Muni car reported being injured, police Officer Giselle Talkoff said.

One person in the car that collided with the Muni train was injured and taken to the hospital, according to Talkoff.

Information about the victim’s condition was not immediately available.

Muni service was briefly halted at Channel and Fourth streets and shuttles were picking up passengers who may have been stranded, Rose said.

Additionally, drivers were advised to expect delays in the area.

Muni service has since resumed and streets have been reopened.

Bay City News
Share
Published by
Bay City News

Recent Posts

Golden State Warriors announce staff promotions, including Nick Kerr

OAKLAND -- Ahead of Monday's official media day, the Golden State Warriors announced a slew of promotions throughout the organization,…

15 mins ago

Troubling Tennessee Williams’ ‘Baby Doll’ at Shelton Theater

One thing’s for sure: Tennessee Williams loved his female characters -- the desperate cats on hot tin roofs, the faded…

35 mins ago

SFUSD unveils new earthquake curriculum

Earthquakes are part of the fabric of the landscape in the Bay Area, and that’s why we’re shaking things up…

3 hours ago

School board candidates debate solutions to SF’s achievement gap

San Francisco Unified School District’s persistent achievement gap emerged as a hot-button issue — and a “community school” concept offering…

10 hours ago

Those impacted by the War on Drugs still wait for cannabis permits in SF

When Rodney Hampton Jr. was 19 and living in Bayview-Hunters Point public housing, he was arrested by police on an…

10 hours ago

Women in focus at sixth SF Japan film fest

Even though it ran two decades ago when the Asian Art Museum was still squeezed into the side of the…

11 hours ago