Sidewalk crash victims doing better

Five people who were hit by an SUV while waiting for a bus Tuesday morning were recovering in the hospital Wednesday as police continued their investigation.

Erika Acosta Delgadillo of San Francisco was driving on San Bruno Avenue near Arleta Avenue just after 9:30 a.m. when she approached a curve in the road. She told police the steering wheel and brakes failed on her Ford Explorer, causing her to lose control.

Delgadillo was cited for a misdemeanor for no proof of insurance and an infraction for driving without a license, according to police.

The five victims were improving Wednesday, according San Francisco General Hospital spokeswoman Rachel Kagan.

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