Man slashed in throat in Oakland drives to San Francisco 

Now this is cut-throat driving.

A 30-year-old man whose throat was cut in a knife attack at an Oakland gas station drove to his pal’s San Francisco home before calling cops early Monday, police said.

The victim is expected to survive. His pal called cops just before 1 a.m. saying the victim showed up injured at his home in the 2500 block of Jones Street.

Police and emergency crews responded to the residence and transported the victim to San Francisco General Hospital.

There has been no arrest. Further information was not immediately available.

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