Police arrest driver after crash into Mission District building

San Francisco police said early Monday morning that they arrested a driver who allegedly fled from officers after crashing a vehicle into a building in the city’s Mission District.

At 12:16 a.m., police said the driver hit another vehicle, a bus stop, then a building in the area of 16th and Church streets.

The male driver tried to run but he was apprehended by officers, police said. His name was not immediately released.

-Alex Kekauoha, Bay City NewsCrimeMission districtSan Francisco

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