Man, woman wounded in Daly City shooting; 1 in critical condition

A man and a woman shot and wounded Sunday morning near state Highway 35 in Daly City were taken to a Bay Area hospital with one suffering from life-threatening injuries, a police sergeant said.

About 5:30 a.m. Sunday, Daly City police were called to a residence in the 500 block of Skyline Drive, a block west of the highway, regarding a reported shooting, according to Sgt. Harold Rolfes.

Officers found the man and the woman suffering from gunshot wounds, police said.

One of the two was hospitalized with an injury considered to be life-threatening, but police did not provide information as to which person.

Police have no suspect description in the shootings and the department’s investigations division is coordinating the inquiry, Rolfes said.

Anyone with information about the crime is urged to call Senior Detective Francis Mangan at (650) 991-8092.Bay Area NewsDaly CityPeninsulaSkyline Drivestate Highway 35

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