Bullets fly in Hayes Valley, DPW man lucky to be alive
By Luke Thomas
January 14, 2008
As many as eight bullets rang out in rapid succession during a drive-by shooting in the Hayes Valley district of San Francisco this evening.
The shots were fired around 6:40 p.m. at Oak and Fillmore streets.
Louis King, 48, was driving his Department of Public Works pickup truck when three bullets struck his vehicle, one narrowly missing King as it struck his windshield.
A second vehicle driven by a woman in her 30s was also struck by bullets.
Witnesses said the shots were fired from a vehicle described as a light-colored SUV which was chasing another vehicle.
No injuries were reported.
Also according to SFist, there was a car chase (possibly ending in a shooting, not clear on this) in the Mission on Sunday, on Shotwell between 21st and 22nd (Norteno Sureno dividing line), and swastikas were found painted on a wall in SOMA.