Two shootings in San Francisco on Father’s Day left a total of six people wounded, according to police.
San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott said at a news conference Sunday night that a “car-to-car” shooting involving a black SUV and a white sedan left two victims suffering gunshot injuries. Four others were struck by the vehicles.
Gunshots were reported across from Pier 39, a popular tourist located at Beach and Stockton Street, at around 6:50 p.m. Sunday, a police spokesperson told Fox News Digital.
Two victims suffered gunshot wounds, including one with life-threatening injuries. Another three victims were injured from glass shards at the incident, and one other victim — a 10-year-old girl — was struck by one of the two vehicles involved in the shooting.
No suspects have been arrested in connection with the incident, Scott said.
Gunshots were reported across from Pier 39, a popular tourist located at Beach and Stockton Street, at around 6:50 p.m. Sunday. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
A second shooting at Embarcadero and Howard Streets was reported a few minutes later. The shootings are believed to be connected, the spokesperson said.