Stolen vehicle ran stop sign, hit three cars in Mission district injury crash

The alleged driver of a stolen vehicle failed to stop at a stop sign and struck another vehicle and two parked vehicles in San Francisco's Mission district Thursday evening, according to police.

Police were called to Bryant and 18th streets around 7 p.m. for a reported collision involving two vehicles, one of which was reported as stolen.

The driver of the stolen vehicle sustained life-threatening injuries, while a second occupant of that vehicle sustained injuries that were not considered life threatening, police said. Both were taken to San Francisco General Hospital.

The driver in the second vehicle sustained minor injuries, police said.

Police said they were not pursuing the stolen vehicle at the time of the collision, which remains under investigation.

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