Targeted Shooting in San Francisco’s Mission District Leaves 9 Injured

Police say nine individuals were hurt in a shooting on Friday night in San Francisco’s Mission District. Officers from the San Francisco Police Department arrived at the intersection of 24th Street and Treat Avenue at around 9:30 p.m., where shots had reportedly been fired.

They discovered a number of people who had been shot. The sufferers are currently at SF General Hospital awaiting treatment. According to the police, everyone who was injured is expected to make a full recovery.

At this moment, there does not appear to be any danger to the general public, according to the police. About five blocks away from the 24th Street Mission BART station is where the incident took place.

San Francisco Supervisor Hilary Ronen’s aide Santiago Lerma, who lives just blocks away, was interviewed by ABC7 and said he heard gunfire. Lerma said that one victim is undergoing surgery and that the rest are receiving care for less serious wounds.

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