4 injured after bus crashes into building in San Francisco

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SAN FRANCISCO — Officials say four people were injured after a bus crossed the center divider and crashed Monday into a tree and building in San Francisco.

The San Francisco Fire Department says four people were injured when the bus traveling on Lombard Street crashed into a dry cleaners.

Police Dept. Lt. Amy Hurwitz says the driver was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries. There was no immediate information on the condition of the injured passengers.

Officials say a city inspector will evaluate the damage to the building.

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