One person was killed and three were injured in three separate shootings in East Oakland Friday, police said.
The fatal shooting began at 96th Avenue and Birch Street when a car was hit by gun fire.
The car then traveled two blocks to 98th and birch where it crashed and caught fire.
One victime died and the other was taken to Highland Hospital.
Witnesses said they heard 35 to 40 shots at the time of the shooting.
No arrests have been made.
Earlier, at 6:34 p.m., another victim was injured in a shooting in the 8000 block of International Boulevard.
Friday afternoon, another person was injured in a shooting reported just after 4:30 p.m. in the 1600 block of 92nd Avenue, according to police spokeswoman Johnna Watson. Police also announced Friday that a gun was recovered during a search warrant in the 2900 block of East Seventh Street on Thursday.
Two were arrested in the search, including one person for illegally carrying a loaded firearm and narcotics, and another arrested for possession of narcotics.
Oakland also saw one of the bloodiest days of the year this week, with five people shot and killed between Monday night and Tuesday afternoon.
During a news conference this week, police Chief Howard Jordan called the murders "unacceptable."
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