Bicyclist struck by truck near Mission Creek suffers serious injuries

Pedestrian also injured Tuesday in separate collision

Two traffic collisions resulted in injuries on San Francisco’s streets Tuesday.

A man suffered life-threatening injuries when a vehicle struck him as he rode a bicycle near San Francisco’s Mission Creek on Tuesday morning, police said.

And at Haight Street and Masonic Avenue, a driver struck a pedestrian when he “walked into” the street Tuesday night, police said. The 47-year-old pedestrian suffered non-life threatening injuries.

There was no arrest in the pedestrian incident, which occurred at about 9:20 p.m.

The bicycle collision was reported at 8:20 a.m. in the area of Seventh and Berry streets.

The 52-year-old bicyclist was taken to a hospital and an update on his condition was not immediately available Wednesday morning.

The 50-year-old man driving the vehicle stopped at the scene and was not arrested, according to police.

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