Man shot in leg in Visitacion Valley

A shooting victim managed to take himself to San Francisco General Hospital on Monday night after he was shot in the city’s Visitacion Valley neighborhood, police said.

The victim arrived at the hospital about 10 p.m. and was treated for a bullet wound, according to police.

Police said the victim had been in the area of Loehr Street in the Visitacion Valley neighborhood when he heard five or six shots fired. The victim sustained one gunshot wound to his lower leg.

No arrests have been made, and no suspect description was immediately available.

— Bay City News

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