SFPD investigate shooting at 26th and Folsom streets. Photo Juan Pardo

According to a witness, who requested to remain unidentified, the passengers of a black Honda Accord wearing ski masks open fired on two Hispanic males walking on the 3200 block of 26th Street. At approximately 2:10 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 26.

“I just threw my kids on the ground and waited, when I looked up I saw the two guys running in different directions. I think only one of them got shot,” said the mother of three. “The victims looked pretty young maybe 19 or 20”.

Garret H., who resides on the same block, said he and his wife were in the kitchen when they heard the shots.

“We just sat on the ground and then heard a lady screaming.”

The victim walked into San Francisco General Hospital to be treated for a gunshot wound on his shoulder. Shell casings indicate two different guns were fired. Miguel Perez, who lives on the block said ” it was clearly a gun, heard about 10 shots”.

Police officers on the scene refused to provide information but provided the Police Department’s anonymous tip line at (415) 575-4444.