SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A woman and a dog were killed after the car they were in plunged 200-feet off a San Francisco cliff Tuesday night.
According to the San Francisco Police Department, it happened around 7:20 p.m. in the are of 25th and Dakota streets.
Officers say a silver Nissan SUV drove through a fence and down a hill before finally coming to a rest in a parking lot 200-feet below.
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When officers arrived, they found a deceased woman and a deceased dog that had been ejected from the car.
A woman with life-threatening injuries and a man with non-life threatening injuries were transported to the hospital.
An investigation is underway as SFPD tries to determine the cause of the crash.
Woman, dog die after car plunges 200-feet down San Francisco cliff, 2 others injured