One killed after police pursuit from Daly City to Brisbane

One person was killed after leading police on a pursuit from Daly City to Brisbane late Sunday morning, according to Daly City police.

An officer attempted to stop a car traveling on Geneva Avenue near Bayshore Boulevard in Daly City shortly before 11 a.m., police said.

The driver of the car did not stop for the officer and continued traveling on Bayshore Boulevard at speeds of around 40 mph, according to police.

The officer continued to follow the car to Bayshore Boulevard near Industrial Way in Brisbane, where the driver veered off the road and went down an embankment, police said.

The vehicle then crashed into trees and a building, according to police.

The driver, the sole occupant of the car, was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

Daly City police and the California Highway Patrol are investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash.

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