Three men injured in separate SF shootings over the weekend

S.F. Examiner file photo

S.F. Examiner file photo

Three men were shot over the weekend in separate incidents in the Mission and Bayview-Hunters Point, according to police.

The violence began Saturday night when a 21-year-old man was grazed on the left hand by a bullet in Bayview-Hunters Point.

Around 6 p.m., the man was walking near the intersection of Northridge and Harbor roads when he passed between two groups of people. He heard gunshots and ran for cover behind a car.

While in hiding behind the vehicle he realized he was wounded.

The next two shootings of the weekend happened in the Mission District on Sunday.

Just after midnight a 29-year-old man was shot near the intersection of 24th and Shotwell streets.

The 12:14 a.m. shooting left the victim in critical condition from the bullet wound in his torso.

The next shooting happened later that night.

At 9:25 p.m. near the intersection of 26th Street and Treat Avenue a 24-year-old man was shot in the side of the head after some opened fire from a passing car.

The victim was sitting in a parked car with a friend when the suspect car passed by and someone fired two rounds.

The victim was grazed twice on his head and was taken to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment.

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