Mass Shooting in San Francisco’s Mission District Leaves 9 Injured, Police Advise to Avoid Area

On Friday night, a mass shooting occurred in San Francisco’s Mission District leaving at least nine people injured. According to police, the incident was “targeted and isolated,” and they are currently seeking the perpetrator.

Reports of gunshots in the area were first reported around 6:20 pm local time, and police immediately advised people to avoid the area. First responders arrived on the scene and found multiple victims with gunshot wounds.

The injured were immediately transported to nearby hospitals, and their current conditions are unknown. Witnesses reported chaos and panic in the neighborhood as residents scrambled to find safety.

Police are urging anyone with information about the shooting to come forward and help with the investigation. No arrests have been made yet.

San Francisco Mayor London Breed released a statement condemning the violence and expressing her sympathy for the victims and their families. She also emphasized the need for stricter gun control laws and urged Congress to take action to prevent further tragedies like this one.

The Mission District has a history of violence, particularly in recent years, and this latest shooting has left residents feeling shaken and fearful. Police say they will be stepping up patrols in the area to ensure the safety of the community.