Manhunt underway after 3 people shot in San Francisco park - RT America

  • Manhunt underway after 3 people shot in San Francisco park - RT America

Manhunt underway after 3 people shot in San Francisco park - RT America

According to the witnesses, about half dozen of males started shouting and try to threaten everyone in the park. they were standing at the park bridge, their face was covered, only eyes were visible.

Juhasz said she was sitting when she heard the burst of gunshots and saw the suspect running off with a gun in hand. holding a gun and running. All three were transported to the hospital, and the Chron reports that one of the less-injured victims has already been discharged. Authorities located three victims at the footbridge that runs over the Municipal Railway tracks on the western side of the park, near the Church and 19th Street intersection, police told the newspaper.

Antonia Juhasz says she saw someone running off with a handgun and two people bleeding profusely before emergency workers carried them away on stretchers.

She said to the newspaper that she heard popping sounds that she first associated with fireworks.

The man identified himself to the San Francisco Chronicle (http://bit.ly/2upRn54) only as Hatter. A second later, he said, one of the men pulled out a handgun and fired six to seven rounds in rapid succession - an account confirmed by multiple witnesses.

Juhasz, 47, said she saw two people who had been shot.

As of Friday, the San Francisco Police Department is searching for as many as five suspects.

Witnesses saw several people speeding away from the park in a vehicle, a police spokeswoman told SFGate.

Police say three people were shot at a popular San Francisco park.

After the shootings, witnesses saw a vehicle speeding away with a group of people inside, according to police spokeswoman Grace Gatpandan.

Police say that the 37-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries, and the other two suffered non-life threatening injuries.

The gunshots rang out at around 3:00pm in Dolores Park near the statue of Miguel Hidalgo in the city's Mission District Thursday. Other witnesses said it was the arrival of police cars which made it apparent that it was shots, and then people began to run for cover.

It's across Mission High School.