Two shot outside SoMa nightclub

Two men were shot outside a nightclub on a busy South of Market stretch early Monday morning, police said.

The men were standing on the street in front of a club on 11th Street near Folsom Street — where several bars, music venues and clubs are located — around 1:36 a.m. when multiple unknown shooters opened fire, striking one man in the thigh and another in the butt.

Both men, aged 22 and 30, were taken to an area hospital and are expected to survive.

The suspects used a handgun and were in a dark sedan, possibly a Chevrolet Malibu, police said. Police don’t know who they are.

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