A crowded car left a public stairwell in San Francisco on Saturday night, flipping through mid-air and crushing a tree before crashing into its roof on the street below.
Surveillance video showed the vehicle crossing a dead end on Cumberland Street around 7 p.m. and flying over the Sanchez Street stairs on Sanchez and 19th streets.
San Francisco fire officials called the incident a “collision without injury”, saying witnesses told first responders that “all occupants fled the scene”.
Video showed bystanders rushing to help those inside the car, which had crashed into its roof. It appeared that at least four occupants got out of the vehicle before they all suddenly fled down the stairwell.
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Witnesses told FOX2 KTVU the vehicle was hijacked, with one saying, “It looked like a scene from ‘Dukes of Hazzard’.”
Another witness told KGO-TV that the occupants said something that caught his attention.
“One sentence I still remember was like, ‘We have three minutes. We have to run!’ A bunch of stuff came out of the car,” a witness named Giorgi told the outlet. “I saw, I think, two tasers and then the cops at the end. They also found a gun.”
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Police told local media that authorities have yet to locate the occupants of the vehicle and did not say whether a crime had been committed.
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