Three-car crash near Octavia Boulevard off-ramp slows traffic

California Highway Patrol officers are responding Thursday to a three-vehicle minor-injury crash near a U.S. Highway 101 off-ramp in San Francisco, a CHP officer said.

A witness reported the crash near Octavia Boulevard and Market Street at 6:52 a.m. and CHP units were on the scene by 7 a.m., CHP Officer Eric Anderson said.

Although the crash is currently blocking the fast lane, the CHP estimates that the vehicles will be clearing shortly.

Information about the victims’ injuries was not yet available.

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