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San Francisco police officer injured when patrol car was struck by a woman who allegedly ran a red light

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A San Francisco police officer was injured when his patrol car was struck by a woman who allegedly ran a red light in the city’s South of Market neighborhood on Sunday afternoon, police said today. The collision was reported at about 2:45 p.m. at Fifth and Brannan streets. The officer’s injuries are not considered life-threatening, according to police. No other details about the crash were immediately available this morning.

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  • Another disability pension… Ha ha ha ha ha cops take full pay and why not most go out on disability ha a ha ha a ha look up the numbers… It’s a crime syndicate on steroids!!!!!!!!!!!!

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