General Crime

* Two People Shot in Tenderloin District San Francisco

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Two people were shot this evening at Ellis and Jones streets, according to San Francisco police. One man was shot multiple times in the upper body around 7:45 p.m., while a second man, a 78-year-old bystander, was also struck in the foot, police said. Both victims were taken to San Francisco General Hospital. The first victim suffered life-threatening injuries, while the elderly victim suffered from non-life threatening injuries. Police officers arrested a suspect at the scene and recovered the weapon used in the shooting. It is unknown if the shooting was gang related, police said.

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