Emergency personnel respond to the scene of a crash at Lombard and Divisadero streets late Thursday morning. (Photo SFFD/Twitter)

Emergency personnel respond to the scene of a crash at Lombard and Divisadero streets late Thursday morning. (Photo SFFD/Twitter)

One dead, four injured in Marina District crash

One person has died and two others remained hospitalized with serious injuries following a multi-car crash that injured five people in San Francisco’s Marina District on Thursday, according to police.

The crash, which was reported at 11:43 a.m. at Lombard and Divisadero streets, involved four vehicles, police said.

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Three people were transported to the hospital and one of those patients, a male, has since died, police Officer Grace Gatpandan said.

One female patient remained in the hospital in critical condition, and a male patient was in serious condition, Gatpandan said.

Two other people suffered less serious injuries.

The cause of the crash remained under investigation and no arrests have been made as of Thursday afternoon, Gatpandan said. The intersection remains closed.
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