Two pedestrians killed this weekend

Two pedestrians died over the weekend, but officials think one may have been a suicide.

On Sunday morning 30-year-old Zachary Sebring was killed when he was hit by a Muni bus in the 500 block of Eddy St. at 10:48, but witnesses reported seeing Sebring crawl under the wheels of the bus before it began moving, according to San Francisco Police. Police are still searching for the Muni bus.

“We don't know which bus it was,”  San Francisco police Officer Jason Hui said. “It was either a 31 Balboa or a 19 Polk bus,''

Officers are still interviewing other witnesses and attempting to find the bus involved in the incident.

The other pedestrian killed over the weekend was Susan Shepherd, a 53-year-old Larkspur resident, who was headed to meet a friend at the Elite Cafe on Fillmore Street Friday night when she was hit by a car at Fillmore and Pine Street.

She was in the crosswalk when the car turned into her, according to police.

dsmith@examiner.com

— Bay City News contributed to this report

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