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7 Victims in Tenderloin Shooting Had Been Arguing with the Gunman

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Seven people were injured in a shooting following a fight in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood Sunday night, according a police sergeant. A male suspect shot the group just before 9 p.m. near Turk and Taylor streets, according San Francisco police Sgt. Danielle Newman.

The suspect got into an argument with the victims and then walked to a double-parked silver sedan and pulled out a handgun from the car and began firing into the crowd lingering on Turk Street, Newman said. Seven male victims were hit, according to Newman.

All were taken to San Francisco General Hospital with injuries to their extremities. The victims have all since been released, Newman said. The suspect then got into the passenger seat of the car and the driver headed westbound on Turk Street, Newman said. Police have not yet caught the suspect.

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