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SF Jack In the Box granted extended hours permit
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The San Francisco Jack In the Box, where a CAL FIRE firefighter was critically injured by a hit and run driver, was granted an extended hours permit.
The Geary Street restaurant can now remain open 24 hours.
The firefighter was hit after an argument at 3:45 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day. During the investigation that followed, it turned out the Jack In the Box didn't have a permit to be open at that hour.
The injured firefighter remains in a coma. The man accused of running him over was arrested days later.
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