(SAN FRANCISCO) -- Individuals were sent scampering in San Francisco Saturday evening as bullets began to fly, and in the end officials say five people were left wounded.
The shooting reportedly happened around 6:15 p.m., a short distance away from where weekend Gay Pride festivities were taking place.
Authorities say two of the victims were shot in the torso and were taken to a local hospital for treatment to life threatening injuries, while the other three victims were hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.
Investigators say the shooting was gang-related.
At least one person has been arrested in connection with incident.
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