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SF man dies after fatal crash
SAN FRANCISCO -- A San Francisco man died last Friday after he suffered a medical emergency while driving in San Francisco's Richmond District, according to San Francisco police.
The man, identified by the San Francisco medical examiner's office as 48-year-old Arthur Kantarzhi, had a medical condition that somehow affected him while driving his vehicle around 5:40 a.m. near 25th Avenue and California Street, police said.
Kantarzhi struck a parked car near that intersection before he was pronounced dead when police arrived at the scene, police said.
Other injuries were not reported.
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