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2 people shot in Tenderloin, San Francisco police say

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A shooting took place in the Tenderloin Saturday evening. | Source: Adobe Stock

Two people were shot Saturday night after at least one suspect opened fire on a Tenderloin street.

Officers responded around 9:10 p.m. to Seventh and Market streets to a report of a shooting, a statement from San Francisco police said.

When officers arrived, they found a victim suffering from gunshot wounds near Jones and McAllister streets. Police provided aid until first responders took the victim to a hospital for treatment of life-threatening injuries.

While there, a second victim came to officers and said they had been shot. Officers called first responders, who provided aid and took the victim to a hospital for treatment of a life-threatening injury.

The victims' conditions were not available Sunday morning.

Police released no additional details, citing an active investigation.

In San Francisco's Tenderloin, there have been 707 violent crime incidents reported in the 12 months before Sept. 13, according to police data analyzed by The Standard. In 2019, that figure was 745.

George Kelly can be reached at gkelly@sfstandard.com