Driver ejected during crash, critically injured

A 39-year-old driver suffered life-threatening injuries early Saturday morning in San Francisco when her vehicle flipped over and she was ejected from the car, according to police.

At 3:47 a.m., officers responded to a report of a crash on northbound Alemany Boulevard at the state Highway 280 overpass, police said.

There, officers learned that an Acura had been speeding, heading northbound on Alemany Boulevard, when the driver lost control. The Acura then flipped over, ejecting the victim from the vehicle.

Emergency crews found the victim unconscious. She was taken to a hospital, according to police.

A passenger in the Acura escaped injury and was able to provide officers with a statement.

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