(S.F. Examiner file photo)

(S.F. Examiner file photo)

One killed, two injured in Friday morning shooting

One man was killed and two more injured in a shooting late Friday morning in San Francisco’s Western Addition neighborhood, police said.

The shooting happened sometime before 11 a.m. at Turk and Scott streets, San Francisco police spokesperson Officer Giselle Talkoff said.

The shooting left one man with life-threatening injuries, and another male with non-life threatening injuries, according to Talkoff.

The suspect was described only as a man in his 40s or 50s. The shooting remains under investigation.

Further details were not immediately available.

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