Police investigating early morning fatal crash

San Francisco police are investigating a fatal crash that occurred early this morning in The City's outer Mission District.

Just before 12:30 a.m., units responded to reports of a vehicle crash on Alemany Boulevard at Congdon Street, police said.

A preliminary report indicates that a hit-and-run crash involving at least two vehicles occurred and one occupant of one of the vehicles has been killed, police said.

Further details on the victim and possible suspects were not immediately available.

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