Two men rob victim at gunpoint following San Francisco traffic accident

Two suspects in a black sedan collided with a vehicle and then robbed the occupants at gunpoint in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood on Wednesday afternoon.

At about 12:45 p.m. Wednesday, two men in their 50s were involved in a collision with a black Honda Accord at the intersection of Sixth and Harrison streets.

Two men, described as one in his mid to late 20s and one in his 30s, got out of the Honda and approached the other vehicle, police said.

One of the men from the Honda pointed a handgun at one of the victims while demanding the victim hand over his property, police said.

The suspects took the victim's cellphone and California driver's license and then got back into the Honda and fled, according to police.

No arrests have been made in the robbery, which remains under investigation, police said.

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