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San Francisco police say U.S. Park Police shot a suspect at Aquatic Park late Tuesday night.

San Francisco police say U.S. Park Police shot a suspect at Aquatic Park late Tuesday night.

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San Francisco police say U.S. Park Police shot a suspect at Aquatic Park late Tuesday night.

San Francisco police say U.S. Park Police shot a suspect at Aquatic Park late Tuesday night.

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A U.S. Park Police officer shot a suspect at Aquatic Park late Tuesday night, authorities said.

San Francisco police said they received calls around 10 p.m. of “shots fired” at Aquatic Park and arrived to find that Park Police were involved in the incident.

No details were immediately available about what led to the shooting. It’s unknown whether any officers were injured or what the condition of the suspect is.

The U.S. Park Police said they had no comment.

Please check back for updates.

Source : https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/U-S-Park-Police-officer-shoots-suspect-at-13313547.php

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