BREAKING: San Francisco Officer Shot

A San Francisco Police Department officer was shot Wednesday evening.

San Francisco, CA - A San Francisco police officer was shot Wednesday evening.

Preliminary reports are that the shooting occurred at the Amazon barbershop at Geneva Avenue near Mission Street, according to KTVU.

A witness told KTVU that she saw officers storm the barbershop and then bring people out in handcuffs.

The condition of the officer has not been released at this time, but he is expected to survive.

ABC7's Vic Lee reports that the officer was hit in the leg and multiple people were shot.

You can see live video of the scene here:

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Poileas
Poileas

Hope be can continue his career, our prayers are with him.

On that note, you get fired if you shoot anyone in SF, soooooo.

Thinblueline
Thinblueline

I am sure the mayor has already visited the suspect in the hospital, the chief has cried for him and the sheriff has apologized.

Get well officer and job well done, since I doubt you’ll hear it from anyone else.