In the Mission, as thousands of residents and fans spilled into the streets following the Giants Game 7 victory in the World Series, at least two people appear to have been injured by gunshot wounds during the celebratory aftermath.

One individual was shot in the arm at 21st and Valencia sometime around 9 p.m., as SF Bay reports.

A second gunshot victim brought themselves to S.F. General after a wound that also took place at another location in the Mission, as Bay City News reports. (The Chron so far is reporting only one person wounded by a gunshot.)

And as the Chron reports, much like in 2012, some craziness erupted in the vicinity of 3rd and King, near AT&T Park, and there was also more craziness on Market Street downtown. We've got at least one Twitter photo of people dancing on top of a Muni bus.

The most raucus area was Third and King streets, where thousands of fans sprayed Champagne and beer on one another, smashed bottles, lit fires and set off fireworks, prompting police in riot gear to move in and set up a perimeter. The crowd, which included several small children riding on a parent’s shoulders, huddled close as several people swung burning shirts over their heads, waved Giants flags above the fire and chanted obscenities.

The situation grew more tense as the night wore on, and police made several arrests. Shortly after 11 p.m., riot police lined up three rows deep, prompting drunken rowdies to begin hurling bottles, some shattering on the street and others hitting cringing officers.

It remains to be seen what larger damage may have occurred around the city, though several small bonfires appear to have been set around the Mission district, including one in the middle of the intersection at 22nd Street that can be seen in the video below.

So far, we have at least one photo of a Muni bus with smashed windows. At least we're consistent.

Previously: IT'S DONE: San Francisco Giants Take The World Series For Third Time In Five Years