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Three people were seriously injured and transported to a trauma center after two cars crashed into a home in San Francisco on Thursday night, officials said.

Two people were rescued from a Tesla and one from a Prius, the San Francisco Fire Department said in a statement. All three were taken to Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. “The three injured are recovering,” Lt. Jonathan Baxter, a spokesperson for the fire department told SFGATE.

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Photo of garage at 3217 San Bruno

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The cars plowed into the residence at 3217 San Bruno Ave. in Visitacion Valley, police said. The property, which is located close to Highway 101, is a duplex, according to city property records. 

The Tesla struck gas and water lines, Firefighters secured them both after arrival. The crash also damaged utility lines, Baxter said.

The incident displaced 22 people, 18 adults and 4 children; they are receiving services from the Red Cross, police said.

This is a breaking news story and has been updated.