Woman killed, another critically wounded in early SoMa shooting

Getty Images file photo | Clip artA woman was killed in a shooting in SoMa this morning. Another victim was critically injured.

Getty Images file photo | Clip artA woman was killed in a shooting in SoMa this morning. Another victim was critically injured.

A woman was killed and another woman was critically injured in a shooting in the South of Market area early this morning, police Officer Gordon Shyy said.

The shooting occurred at Sixth and Jessie streets about 2 a.m., Shyy said. When officers arrived they found the victims suffering from gunshot wounds.

The victims were taken to the hospital where one of the women was pronounced dead, Shyy said. The other victim is in life-threatening condition.

There was no further information as of Sunday morning.

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