Bystander, man shot in Mission district

A female bystander was struck by gunfire Tuesday evening during a shooting in the Mission district that also injured a man, police said.

The shooter exited a vehicle near the intersection of 14th and Natoma streets around 4:51 p.m. and opened fire on the man, Officer Carlos Manfredi said. A woman who was in the area was also grazed by a bullet.

Both victims, whose ages have not been released, were taken to San Francisco General Hospital and are expected to survive.

The man and woman were struck in their upper torsos, Manfredi said.

A description of the shooter has not been released.

As of 6:42 p.m., officers with the San Francisco Police Department, including members of the Gang Task Force, were investigating the area in front of Mission Public, a cafe on 14th Street.

Traffic is closed off to 14th Street between Minna Street and South Van Ness Avenue.

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