SAN FRANCISCO—According to Patch.com, on March 18 a pedestrian was run over by a motor vehicle after an argument. The incident took place in the Bay View District near the 1400 block of Underwood Avenue.
Around 7 p.m., the suspect got involved in an argument with a 56-year-old male pedestrian. The suspect opened his car door as the pedestrian approached the vehicle during the argument. The suspect then drove forward striking the pedestrian and dragging him along the street.
The suspect drove away and the pedestrian was taken to the hospital for treatment after suffering life-threatening head trauma. The suspect was driving a four-door black car. The San Francisco Police Department has not released additional details about the victim or the suspect.
This is the second hit-and-run incident in San Francisco this month. A previous incident occurred on March 13 in Chinatown. A 63-year-old man was killed after being struck by a white windowless van. Police are still searching for the suspect in that case.
Anyone with information concerning either incident or who would like to leave an anonymous tip can visit sanfranciscopolice.org/anonymous-tip-lines. Or an anonymous tip can be sent via text by entering TIP411 or 847411 into the “To” field and “SFPD” in the text field followed by your message.