Gunfire erupts in Union Square, two injured
Bay City News
December 8, 2007
Two separate shootings in the span of a half hour in downtown
San Francisco Friday evening sent two victims to the hospital.
The latest shots were fired in the bustling area of Union Square
at around 9:30 p.m., injuring a 16-year-old Asian boy, San Francisco
police officers said.
A bullet struck the teen in the ankle and he was transported
to San Francisco General Hospital in stable condition, police
Officers are questioning a suspect in the shooting but haven't
made any arrests.
About 30 minutes earlier, police responded to a shooting at Eighth
and Market streets that injured one victim.
The victim was rushed to General Hospital with wounds that do
not appear life threatening, police said.
No arrests have been made in either shooting and investigations
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