A man standing on a street in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood suffered a leg wound early Thursday when a gunman opened fire from a nearby vehicle, authorities said.
San Francisco police said they responded to a report of the shooting near the intersection of Turk and Taylor streets shortly after 6 a.m.
Arriving officers found a man in his 20s on the sidewalk in front of Club 21 suffering from a non-life threatening leg wound. He was taken to the hospital for treatment. His condition was not immediately known.
Police said they were looking for 2-3 suspects in a silver vehicle. The shooter possibly fired from the backseat.
The busy downtown street was shut down during the investigation but reopened around 8:15 a.m.
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