* Suspect photo in attempted murder at Ninth Avenue and Geary Boulevard of Cal Fire, and a Marine who recently returned from Iraq
Published by Staff Writer on November 26, 2011
The family of a man critically injured Thursday when he was intentionally run over by a driver with whom he had quarreled is available right now for interviews at San Francisco General Hospital, according to San Francisco police. The victim in the case is a firefighter who works for Cal Fire, and a Marine who recently returned from Iraq, said police spokesman Carlos Manfredi.
The public information officer for Cal Fire, John Cox, is also available at the hospital and can be reached by phone for comment and information on the victim and family. The suspect and victim got into a physical fight at a restaurant on the corner of 11th Avenue and Geary Boulevard Earlier shortly before 2:45 a.m. on Thursday, police said Friday. They were separated and both the suspect and victim left the restaurant.
The victim walked to a gas station at Ninth Avenue and Geary Boulevard and the suspect got into his car. Police said the suspect then drove into the gas station, intentionally struck the victim and drove away.
Police have released the photos of the suspect.
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