Man Backs Car into House

An elderly South San Francisco man is uninjured after driving his car into a house.

Fire crews responded to a car that crashed into a house in South San Francisco late this morning, city officials said.

The incident was reported around 11:50 a.m. at 722 W. Orange Ave. and involved an elderly man who was suffering from an undisclosed medical condition according to Sgt. Bruce McPhillips of the South San Francisco Police Department. 

No one was injured in the collision, however the man’s license will be suspended until he can prove to DMV officials that the medical condition won’t adversely affect his ability to operate a motor vehicle.

-Bay City news contributed to this article.

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Steve February 16, 2013 at 08:58 PM
Police in Ssf are corrupt there are so many unlicensed drivers driving cars in Ssf and the police knows about it but don't take action


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