San Francisco sherriff’s deputies injured in Roseville collision

Two on duty San Francisco police officers were struck during a traffic collision in Roseville on Monday.

Roseville police say a vehicle struck three pedestrians around 1 p.m. at the intersection of East Roseville Parkway and Taylor Road.

Witnesses told police that the driver ran a red light and hit two other vehicles before coming to a stop.

According to police, all three pedestrians struck are deputy sheriffs who were in Roseville for law enforcement training. They were transported to the hospital for non-life threatening injuries.

Two of the victims were with the San Francisco Sheriff Department, and one from Santa Clara.

Police arrested the driver Clyde Gray, 69, from Rocklin, on suspicion of driving under the influence. Police alleged that Gray has history of drunk driving with two outstanding misdemeanor warrants.


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