A man parking a vehicle in SoMa has made himself the target of police ire, as he fled after striking a pedestrian Thursday night.

The collision occurred at 8:40 last night, police say, at the intersection of Mission and 10th Streets.

According to the San Francisco Police Department, the a 36-year-old male pedestrian "stepped off the curb to cross when he had the right of way." At the same time, a driver who appeared to be in his 50s "backed up his parked" vehicle, police say, striking the pedestrian hard enough that he fell to the ground.

As opposed to remaining at the scene, the driver took off, police say.

The victim suffered injuries to his foot and hand, police say, and was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for injuries they say are not life-threatening.

The driver remains at large as of publication time, according to the SFPD, which confirms that no arrests have been made in this case.

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