3 Male Juveniles Shot In San Francisco’s Fillmore

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Three male juveniles were shot on a San Francisco sidewalk in the city’s Fillmore neighborhood Friday afternoon, a police spokesman said.

Police responded to a shooting in the 1500 block of Eddy Street, which is between Fillmore and Steiner streets, around 5:15 p.m., Sgt. Michael Andraychak said.

Officers learned that the three male juveniles had been shot and that they had split up after the shooting, running to several different locations, Andraychak said.

The three victims were transported by ambulance to the hospital with what Andraychak said were not believed to be life-threatening injuries.

The unknown suspect or suspects reportedly fled the scene on foot.

No arrests have been made, Andraychak said.

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  • Guapi

    This is a lovely byproduct of FREE Government housing.

  • Don Wright

    You can thank the Left for making San Francisco an “Illegals and Welfare Recipients Welcome Here” city.

  • Ralph

    I love how fast the racists jump to comment. Just goes to show they’ve got nothing better to do than hate.

    • Sam Mallory

      I love how pathetic the unrealistic thought process works on people like you Ralph.

      • Ralph

        Would you like to retry that in English?

  • Craig

    Hey Ralph, it’s not about hate. It’s reality! Most folks in Govt housing don’t work which means they don’t pay taxes. They receive food stamps and usually SSI. Since they don’t work, they are idle and have nothing better to do than hang out and get into trouble. If you elimanite Govt housing, food stamps, SSI, and illegal immigrants in this city, scare city services would increase, the streets would be cleaner and safer, and more people would flock to this place instead of leaving. Oh yeah, and our taxes would actually go down but what do you care since you don’t pay into the system.

    • Lexie

      What about if they don’t receive any of these? I’m a hispanic, about to graduate from the University, born in the US. People need to stop believing that just because of one’s race we are all the same, we are not.

    • Ralph

      Let me guess Craig. You assume I don’t pay into the system because I think racism is wrong? Is that the logic you’re going with because it only makes you look foolish.

      I probably paid more in taxes than you last year and because of it enjoy the fruits of a happy, fulfilled life instead of the bitter, hate-filled one you seem to be repressed by.

      I feel sorry for you. Really I do.

  • MikeBloo

    you say.. you’re not helping people for breaking the law its a different kinda help now heh.. the law isnt helping people for breaking the law…. some fanatic jesus christ crusaders or something but thats not what its about

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