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Man, 25, Shot Dead in San Francisco’s Lower Haight Neighborhood

Written by George KellyPublished Jun. 06, 2023 • 12:48pm
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A 25-year-old man was shot dead Monday evening in San Francisco's Lower Haight neighborhood, police said Tuesday.

Police said officers from the department's Northern Station responded around 7:08 p.m. to Rose and Webster streets, around the corner from Haight Street, a popular area for tourists and locals.

While en route, officers learned from dispatchers that a shooting victim suffering from life-threatening injuries had been taken to a hospital. Despite first responders' efforts, the man was pronounced dead.

The city's chief medical examiner office identified the man Tuesday as San Francisco resident Yeurra Blaylock III.

Investigators have not made any arrests and shared no suspect or associated vehicle description.

This is a developing story.

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