Two S.F. shootings within 20 minutes

Two separate shootings occurred in San Francisco within 20 minutes of each other early this morning, authorities said.

One victim is suffering non-life threatening injuries from a shooting that occurred just before 12:30 a.m. between Amazon and Italy avenues in the city's Ingleside neighborhood, police said.

Another shooting was reported at 12:50 a.m. and took place at 6th and Harrison streets in the South of Market neighborhood, a fire dispatcher said.

That victim's condition is unknown at this time, the dispatcher said.

— Bay City News

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