Multiple sideshows draw crowds overnight in San Francisco, Oakland

Two sideshows took place in San Francisco in the early hours Sunday, one near the Ferry Building and the other in the Mission District, police said.   

Officers responded to the area of Embarcadero and Washington streets around 2:10 a.m. on a report of what police described as "an active exhibition of stunt driving." Accounts of the event also appeared on various social media accounts.   

The officers found multiple vehicles engaged in stunt driving, and also saw spectators near the intersection, according to police.   

When additional officers arrived on scene, the vehicles and spectators fled, police said.   

Later, around 3:02 a.m., officers responded to the area of Valencia and Cesar Chavez streets in the Mission District on another report of an active exhibition of stunt driving.     

When the officers arrived, they found multiple vehicles engaged in stunt driving and spectators near the intersection, police said.   

The officers also observed vandalism to a building in the vicinity but were unable to locate a suspect.  

With the help of additional officers, the vehicles and spectators began fleeing from the scene, according to police.     

No arrests have been made, police said.   

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