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Woman, infant in stroller struck by car after vehicles collide


A woman and her infant escaped serious injuries Friday morning in San Francisco after a vehicle involved in a collision clipped them as they were on the sidewalk, police said.

Around 9:50 a.m., officers responded to a report of a collision involving two vehicles and two pedestrians near Clarendon Avenue and Johnstone Drive in the city’s Clarendon Heights neighborhood. There, officers learned that two vehicles became involved in a collision. One of the vehicles then made contact with a woman who was walking while pushing a stroller that contained an infant, according to police spokesman Officer Joseph Tomlinson.

The woman and the infant were taken to the hospital with injuries not considered life-threatening, he said.

The two drivers involved in the collision stayed at the scene and are cooperating with the investigation.

It was not immediately clear if the drivers suffered any injuries. According to Tomlinson, the collision remains under investigation.

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