At San Francisco Pier, Woman shot to death—- A woman was shot on the long narrow pedestrian pier in San Francisco. The people sitting on the left are passers-by who were on the scene when the fatal shooting occurred.
The fatal incident happened at around 6:30 p.m. on Pier 14, Woman shot to death while walking with his father along a pedestrian in San Francisco pier south of the Ferry Building and Mission Street. The family of a San Francisco woman who was killed in a seemingly random act of violence is mourning her loss as police continue to search for a motive.
According to police spokesman, responding to calls found a woman with a gunshot wound in the upper torso.
Before the paramedics come Her father immediately began CPR to his daughter. The woman was transported in critical condition to San Francisco General Hospital, where she died shortly before 8:30.
According to police spokesperson, Witnesses on the scene of Woman shot to death heard no argument or dispute before the gunfire, , which suggests that the incident was random. However, he stressed during a news conference at the scene that the investigation was still in its preliminary stages.
During the investigation, police who descended on the area had found a man hiding on the Embarcadero at Townsend Street, one block north of AT&T Park, matched the description of a person of interest who had been on pier at the time of the shooting.
Police did not release the name of the woman, but she was identified as Kathryn Steinle, 32, by the San Francisco Chronicle.
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