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Teenager on skateboard suffers life-threatening injuries after collision with SUV

A teenager on a skateboard suffered life-threatening injuries Saturday night in San Francisco’s Parkside neighborhood, police said.

The 14 year old and a Honda SUV collided at about 8 p.m. at 22nd Avenue and Ulloa Street. The teenager rode south on 22nd Avenue and the SUV was traveling west on Ulloa Street, according to the San Francisco Police Department.

He is a San Francisco resident, and he was hospitalized following the incident. Two other teenagers on skateboards were not injured.

The driver of the SUV stopped and cooperated with police, and officers said it doesn’t appear that drugs or alcohol played a part in the collision.

Anyone with more information about the collision is asked to call the Police Department’s tip line at (415) 575-4444 or get in touch with police by sending a text to TIP411 with SFPD at the start of the message.

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