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Four people shot near UC Hastings College of Law

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At 4 am on Sunday police responded to a report of a person shot at Golden Gate Ave & Hyde St. Police also received further reports of shots fired nearby on McAllister Street.

A suspect was reportedly seen walking away from the scene near UC Hastings.

Emergency Medical Services were alerted and arrived on scene minutes after the report.

Shortly after their arrival, a second ambulance was requested to Golden Gate Avenue.

Officers reported that four people were shot on Hyde Street and Golden Gate Ave at McAllister St.

One person was immediately transported to the hospital as additional ambulances were on their way to the scene.

The suspect is described as a 20 to 30-year old Hispanic man, 5'2", wearing a black beanie, black bandana on his face, white and black striped sweater, and Adidas striped pants. The suspect was armed with a pistol and was last seen running southbound on Hyde St from Golden Gate Ave.

Police spent the following three hours investigating the crime on the scene. They broke down the crime scene on Hyde Street close to 8 am Sunday morning.

Further information on the victims and suspect is unknown.

Mayor Breed recently unveiled a plan to revitalize San Francisco’s downtown area. According to the San Francisco Chornicle, Breed is proposing an expansion of so-called community ambassadors in neighborhoods like Union Square, Financial District, Fisherman’s Wharf and Chinatown. The unarmed ambassadors walk through the neighborhoods and offer people general assistance, and report hazards or emergencies. The idea is to create a “welcoming atmosphere for returning office workers, residents, and tourists in the downtown area and support the reopening of storefront businesses,” the statement said.

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