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Car accident sends two children, three adults to hospital
A late morning auto accident at Mission and Sixth streets injured five people, two of which where children. According to San Francisco police at the scene, all were sent to San Francisco General Hospital.
About 11 a.m., a white Lexus and a yellow Mini-Cooper were involved in the accident, which caused the Lexus to end up on the sidewalk on Mission Street with the front part of the car totaled. The Mini-Cooper ended up hitting a parked car on Sixth Street.
Police are still investigating how both cars ended up on opposite sides of the streets.
At last report, a San Francisco General spokeswoman said all admitted were in the emergency department being evaluated and are in fair condition.