Five shootings in SF since Thursday night mark a violent several days

Gun shots were fired Friday night in the Bayview, said police.

No one was injured in the incident, which took place at Quesada Avenue and Jennings Street.

A shot spotter was activated at the location at 9:50 p.m. When police arrived two vehicles — a black Mercedes Benz and a light four door sedan — fled the scene.

It is unclear if anyone was injured.

Several hours later there was a drive by in the same neighborhood, which hospitalized a man who was critically injured.

At 11:52 the man was walking near the intersection of Newcomb Avenue and Newhall Street when a white Toyota Camry drove by with four men inside.

Someone opened fire from inside the car and the victim was hit with multiple gunshot wounds.

The next day three separate shooting incidents occurred across The City.

In one case, two cars opened fire on one another in the Excelsior, said police.

Just after midnight two silver SUVs exchanged fire near the intersection of Avalon and Peru streets.

Not arrests were made and it is unknown if anyone was injured.

Police only found shell casings at the scene.

About fifteen later at De Long and Crystal streets in Oceanview neighborhood a 34-year-old man was shot at while in his car.

The victim was at a stop sign when a someone shot at his car from behind. He was not ijnured and the assailant fled.

At 2:20 a.m. near the intersession of Polk Street and Hemlock Alley a 31-year-old man allegedly fired off a handgun, but no one was injured, said police.

Police in the area heard gun shots and found the suspect getting into his car where they found spent shells.

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