Woman fighting for her life following Bayview shooting

A 22-year-old woman was fighting for her life after being shot in the Bayview on Thursday afternoon, police said.

Officers responded to a Shot Spotter Activation in the unit block of Whitfield Court at about 1:28 p.m., but didn’t find the victim there, according to police.

Police sooner learned the victim had been driven to a hospital and dropped off there, where she was in life-threatening condition.

While no arrests have been made, police believed there was a large group of people fighting in the area of Ingalls Street and George Court, which led to the shooting.

SEE RELATED: Two homicides mark violent Thursday night in SF

That shooting marked the first of three in San Francisco on Thursday, though the other two left two men dead and another woman injured.

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