1 dead, 4 injured in San Francisco hit-and-run after dispute, police say

One of five people struck in a hit-and-run crash in San Francisco died after an ax-wielding man struck them with his car

One of five people struck in a hit-and-run crash in San Francisco died after an ax-wielding man struck them with his car

San Francisco police say they have arrested a suspect accused of running down five men then fleeing the scene of the crash after he and the men earlier got into an altercation.

A driver plowed a vehicle into several people in San Francisco on Wednesday, critically wounding four, before fleeing the scene and triggering a manhunt, police said.

At least one person has died and others remain in life-threatening condition after a driver plowed his auto into a group of five people on Wednesday in San Francisco, California, police said.

CBS San Francisco reports that police spokeswoman Giselle Linnane said the incident happened at around 10:24 a.m.in the city's Dogpatch neighborhood.

At least one person has died, according to the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. The driver then got into a van, rammed the vehicle into the group and sped off. Police have not confirmed that witness account. It was that victim who later died.

They declined to release further details, including whether the driver was a man or a woman or what vehicle the person was driving. Four suffered life-threatening injuries, KTVU-TV reported.

Paul Lim, who works nearby, told the San Francisco Chronicle a distraught bystander ran into the business asking for items to help stop the victims' bleeding.

This is a developing story.

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