SFPD officer hospitalized after crash in Ingleside

An officer was hospitalized after a collision with another vehicle early Tuesday morning in San Francisco’s Ingleside neighborhood, according to police.

Around 2:20 a.m., an officer was driving west on Geneva Avenue at the southbound Interstate Highway 280 exit, police said.

When the officer passed though a green light at the intersection, another vehicle exiting the highway failed to stop through a red light at the intersection. The vehicle exiting the highway then struck the officer’s vehicle on the right front side, according to police.

The male officer suffered injuries not considered life-threatening, police said.

The other vehicle, which had two occupants inside, stopped at the scene. The driver was not arrested and police are continuing to investigate the collision.crashInglesideSFPD

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