One person was dead and two people were injured following a fatal shooting in San Francisco's Hayes Valley neighborhood Monday night, according to a police spokesman.
The shooting occurred at around 7:30 p.m. It left one person with life-threatening injuries and two others with less serious injuries, according to Officer Gordon Shyy.
Police said the shooting victims were all male. Two of the victims were in their early 20s, the third was in his mid-teens. All three were taken to SF General, where the male with critical wounds died from his injuries.
"The witnesses heard the shooting and saw the victims go down," said SFPD Capt. Greg McEachern.
Police said it was either a drive-by or a walk-up shooting.
Some neighbors were worried. This area of Hayes Valley has had a violent past, but police said it was changing for the better.
Police were reportedly called to San Francisco General after the families of the shooting victims caused a disturbance.
Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to contact San Francisco Police at 415-552-1651.
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