Late Saturday night, four people were injured in a shooting outside a popular McDonald's in San Francisco’s Western Addition. According to police, all victims have been transported to a nearby hospital.

The shooting, which occurred during this year's Outside Lands bin which the SFPD beefed up security measures, was reported at 11:36 p.m. by the SFPD at the corner of Fillmore Street and Golden Gate Avenue.

Taking place at a late-night fast-food stop, the shooting occurred in the parking lot of near located at that intersection. Per CBS SF, SFPD communications officer Robert Ruece reported that four victims were transported to a nearby hospital to be treated for their injuries, although their conditions remain unknown.

As of this article’s publishing, no suspect (or suspects) have been arrested in relation to the shooting, though the SFPD is “actively looking into the situation.”

Aside from the fact that police believe these individuals were targeted, no more information is available at this time, as the Chronicle reports.

This McDonald's was the site of a fatal shooting in February 2016, and it's just two blocks away from a fatal shooting that happened this past March during a funeral reception at the Fillmore Heritage Center.

SFist will update this post if more information becomes available in this case.

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