Two officers injured in Outer Sunset stolen vehicle stop

Two San Francisco police officers were injured in the Outer Sunset late Wednesday when the driver of a stolen car sped away during a traffic stop, police said.

The officers pulled over the gray Honda Civic on Lincoln Way and La Playa Street around 8:50 p.m., Officer Albie Esparza said. But as they approached the car the driver sped off, scraping, cutting and bruising the officers with the vehicle.

No detailed description of the suspect has been released by police.

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