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7 Wounded in San Francisco Drive-By Shooting

Authorities are searching for a shooter after seven people were shot in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood on Sunday night. The victims were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries

Police in San Francisco are searching for whoever wounded seven people in an apparent drive-by shooting on Sunday night, according to local media.

Sgt. Danielle Newman told NBC Bay Area that officers responded to reports of gunfire in the city’s Tenderloin neighborhood just before 9 p.m. and that it may have been the aftermath of a fight. Seven people were transported to San Francisco General Hospital and treated for gunshot wounds, mostly to their extremities. None of the victims’ injuries is considered life-threatening.

The make and model of the shooter’s car was unknown, the San Francisco Chronicle reports, and no arrests have been made yet.

[NBC Bay Area]

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