SAN FRANCISCO—A shooting that occurred on November 5 in the Western Addition neighborhood left one man dead and two others injured. One of the victims sustained life-threatening injuries.
According to SFPD Spokeswoman Giselle Talkoff, the shooting took place before 11 a.m., near the intersection of Turk and Scott Streets.
Upon arriving at the scene, officers from the San Francisco Police Department found two of the victims suffering from gunshot wounds. The third victim, whose name has not yet been disclosed to the public, was pronounced dead at the scene. One of the injured victims ended up in surgery, and the other sustained a graze wound.
The shooter, who fled the scene of the crime, has been described by police as a 40 to 50-year-old man. He was last seen heading eastbound on Turk Street. Details about the suspect and the identities of all three victims have not yet been disclosed. Authorities have not yet released details on a motive for the shooting.