Tuesday crime: Shooting in Bayview, stabbing in the Tenderloin

A 34-year-old man was shot in his shoulder Tuesday night in the Bayview, according to police.

The victim was a passenger in a car that was driving near the intersection of Third Street and LaSalle Avenue when a passing car opened fire.

After the 11:45 p.m. shooting, the victim was taken to the hospital. He is expected to survive.

Earlier that day in the Tenderloin, a 44-year-old man was stabbed in the abdomen, say police.

The victim was at Golden Gate Avenue between Larkin and Hyde streets when an unknown assailant came from behind and stabbed him at 1:15 p.m.

He was taken to a nearby hospital and is expected to survive.


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