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SFPD (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

Antioch man shot in SF’s Bayview dies in hospital

San Francisco police on Wednesday said that a 21-year-old Antioch man who was shot in the Bayview died in the hospital last month.

Lionel Clark was shot Oct. 15 on Third Street between Revere and Thomas avenues at around 6:36 p.m., according to police and the Medical Examiner’s Office.

Clark was taken to the hospital with injuries considered life-threatening. He died as a result of the shooting Oct. 17.

No suspect has been arrested in connection with the homicide, according to police.

Police did not alert the media to the shooting.

The shooting marked the 39th homicide of 2018 in San Francisco.

The City recorded the 40th homicide last Friday when 53-year-old Kevin Driscol was fatally assaulted on Ellis Street between Jones and Leavenworth. A suspect, 59-year-old Vincent Conrad Scott, has since been arrested and charged.

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