A car running a red light Wednesday morning collided with multiple cars* in San Francisco's Westwood Park neighborhood, near City College and Balboa Park. As the Chronicle reports, a female driver "ran a red light at near Ocean and Miramar avenues and hit at least one car, a parking meter and a tree," and injured eight people including "two or three minors."
This happened at 8:30 a.m. this morning.
Six of those injured were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, and two declined medical treatment, per the Chron.
The incident is under investigation and the driver has not been arrested or charged with a crime, according to SFPD spokeswoman Officer Giselle Linnane.
Update: The SFPD offered some clarification, and now says that only three adults were treated for injuries at the hospital. "Per the investigation it was determined that the driver, an elderly female, accidentally stepped on the gas pedal instead of breaks. All parties were passengers in other vehicles and no pedestrians were hit."
*This post has been corrected to show that no pedestrians were hit.