Man dies in Mission district crash Sunday evening

One man is dead after a head-on collision involving multiple vehicles in the Mission district Sunday evening.

The collision was reported at 5:20 p.m. at 18th and Guerrero streets.

Officer Carlos Manfredi said the driver believed to be responsible for the collision died. Another driver suffered minor injuries, Manfredi said.

The man who died possibly suffered from a medical condition, Manfredi said, which may have been the cause of the collision as well.

“It is unclear if he died due to the collision, or the medical condition,” Manfredi said.

Eight people died in San Francisco traffic collisions this year as of Feb. 29, according to data from the Vision Zero website. Vision Zero is a resolution enacted by the Board of Supervisors to end traffic fatalities in The City by the year 2024.

Bay City News Service contributed to this report.fatal crashMission districtSan Francisco Police DepartmentSFPDtraffic fatalityTransitVision Zero

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