12:15 PM: One person was injured this morning when a van went down a cliff on San Francisco’s Twin Peaks and crashed into a home, fire department officials said today.

The van went off Twin Peaks Boulevard and crashed into a building at 2 Clarendon Ave. around 10:20 a.m., according to fire spokeswoman Mindy Talmadge.

One person was transported to a hospital by ambulance after the crash with injuries that are not considered life-threatening, Talmadge said.

Some gasoline leaked from the van as a result of the crash. The Department of Building Inspection is checking the building to determine if it has been structurally damaged, Talmadge said.

11:39 PM: A van went off a cliff and crashed into a building on San Francisco’s Twin Peaks this morning, according to a fire department official.

The van and its three occupants reportedly went off a cliff and struck a building at 2 Clarendon Ave. around 10:20 a.m., the official said.

At least one person was transported to a hospital by ambulance after the crash, but the official did not know the extent of the injuries.

The city’s Department of Building Inspection will check the building to determine if it has been structurally damaged.

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  • Moses C

    http://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=2907#2_clarendon_avenue

    Built in 1956, 2 Clarendon Avenue is a rare example of a single-family residential building designed by the local firm Anshen + Allen. The building, located in the Twin Peaks area, is an excellent and unique example of Modern residential design.

  • Moses C

    http://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=2907#2_clarendon_avenue

    Built in 1956, 2 Clarendon Avenue is a rare example of a single-family residential building designed by the local firm Anshen + Allen. The building, located in the Twin Peaks area, is an excellent and unique example of Modern residential design.

  • spenbald

    Very misleading headline. Makes it sound like the van ACTUALLY went over a cliff, but it clearly was embedded in the house. At that particular intersection, which is right down the street from me, there are no cliffs to go over, unless you went beyond the boundary of the house.

  • spenbald

    Very misleading headline. Makes it sound like the van ACTUALLY went over a cliff, but it clearly was embedded in the house. At that particular intersection, which is right down the street from me, there are no cliffs to go over, unless you went beyond the boundary of the house.