At Least 2 Injured In 3 Separate Shootings In SF
CBS 5 CrimeWatch
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS 5 / BCN) ― Two men shot in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood Thursday morning suffered non-life threatening injuries and were recovering at a local hospital, police Sgt. Wilfred Williams said.
The men were shot in the area of Turk and Taylor streets around 2:15 a.m., Williams said.
Williams said a heavyset black man approached one victim, standing outside of a vehicle, and shot him. The victim was transported to San Francisco General Hospital with non-life threatening gunshot wounds to his head and right hand.
The suspect then approached a second victim sitting in the vehicle and shot him, causing gunshot wounds to the victim's right arm. The second victim also was transported to San Francisco General Hospital with non-life threatening injuries, Williams said.
The incident is under investigation.
Two other shootings were also reported in San Francisco - one at Fifth and Market streets, where at least one victim was removed from a Muni bus. The other was reported at 4th and Bryant streets.
No word on whether any of the shootings were related.