VIDEO: SHOTS FIRED AT SAN FRANCISCO GAY PRIDE

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A shooting incident at San Francisco Pride is under investigation by the city’s police department, according to NBC station KNTV.

A video from the scene posted on YouTube shows people running in panic after the sounds of gunfire.

It happened Saturday evening in the area of United Nations Plaza, just as local Pride celebrations were winding down, reported KNTV.

The station said two people were taken into custody by police. One victim was transported to a hospital with a gunshot wound, police told KNTV.

According to the station, the call of shots fired first came in just after 6 p.m. near McAllister and Leavenworth Streets, around the time when the event was scheduled to end.

Several suspects were detained on Market Street, police told KNTV.

At the scene of the shooting teens were videotaped in what looks like a fitht breaking out:

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