UPS employees shot and attacked with machetes
Bay City News Service
October 28, 2006
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) - Two men suffered serious wounds
in a vicious attack early this morning in the parking lot of a
UPS building in South San Francisco, South San Francisco police
Sgt. Danny Gil reported.
According to Gil, the two men, who are UPS employees, were drinking
in an overflow parking lot at a UPS building at the corner of
Gull Drive and Forbes Blvd. at 12:47 a.m. when an altercation
began with a group of men.
While police are still investigating the details of the attack,
Gil said that both employees were shot, one in the back of the
head, and at some point both men were also attacked with a machete
and suffered severed fingers.
The two men were hospitalized in serious condition at San Francisco
General Hospital. Gil said that the suspects are all Hispanic
men, who fled the scene in two cars.
Police believe there were at least four men in each car, Gil
No arrests have been made and police are looking for a gray four-door,
possibly lowered Chevy Caprice and a gray, older-model Ford Taurus
with tinted windows, according to Gil.
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