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Two Muni Crashes Occur in One Day, Train Collides With Motorcycle

Written by Garrett LeahyPublished Dec. 13, 2022 • 4:43pm
A Muni bus heads northbound along Mission Street near 16th Street on Oct. 27, 2022. | Garrett Leahy/The Standard

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Muni vehicles crashed twice Monday, including an incident where a train collided with a motorcycle.

The motorcyclist was treated by paramedics for minor injuries at the 23rd and Church streets scene, the transit agency said.

The crash resulted in minor damage to both vehicles and a 30-minute delay, with two shuttle buses being deployed for passengers.

A Muni bus was also involved in what the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency say was a “hit and run” at Mission and 24th streets. There were no injuries and only minor delays and damage.

Two Muni light rail vehicles crashed on Nov. 16, 2022. | Courtesy Chema Hernandez Gil

San Francisco police confirmed the crash at 23rd and Church streets, but did not have any further information related to either incident.

Muni-related crashes most commonly occurred last year near 16th and Mission streets, based on data reviewed by The Standard.

Two Muni trains also crashed at the Embarcadero in November.

*Correction: This story previously said another crash involved Muni when it in fact did not.

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Garrett Leahy can be reached at [email protected]


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