Saturday, August 11, 2007

Two Critically Injured in Tenderloin Shootings

(BCN) SAN FRANCISCO Two victims are battling life-threatening gunshot wounds after what may have been related attacks about a block apart in San Francisco's Tenderloin District Friday evening.

A San Francisco Police Department inspector said officers patrolling in the neighborhood heard gunshots around 6:30 p.m. in the vicinity of Olive and Larkin streets.

The victims were found less than a block apart. One was shot in the face and the back; the other was shot in the chest and back, the inspector said. They were being treated at an area hospital with wounds considered life-threatening, she said.

There were no suspects so far in the police inquiry, the inspector said.


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