Motorcyclist suffers life-threatening injuries in Richmond District collision

A motorcyclist suffered life-threatening injuries following a collision with another vehicle Friday night in San Francisco, police said
today.

The collision was reported at 10:32 p.m. at Park Presidio Boulevard and Cabrillo Street.

The motorcyclist was traveling south on Park Presidio Boulevard when his motorcycle collided with the rear bumper of the other vehicle,
Officer Giselle Linnane said.

Everyone stayed at the scene following the collision and at 2:55 a.m. police were told that the motorcyclist went to a hospital with
life-threatening injuries.

No other details were available.

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