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* Ronnie Tiger shot in San Francisco’s Bayview District 10 years ago succumbed to his injuries

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A man who was shot in San Francisco’s Bayview District 10 years ago succumbed to his injuries last month, and the Police Department’s homicide unit is investigating, a police sergeant said. Ronnie Tiger, 30, passed away on Sept. 24 from injuries he suffered when a man shot him in the 4900 block of Third Street on April 16, 2001, at around 7 p.m., police Sgt. Michael Andraychak said.

Tiger was shot by a man wearing a ski mask who drove away from the scene in a burgundy-colored van that contained as many as three other suspects, Andraychak said. The San Francisco medical examiner’s office found that Tiger’s death was caused by complications from the gunshot wounds.

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