A shooting Thursday morning near the intersection of Market, Sixth Street, Taylor, and Golden Gate Avenue has left one person injured, and at least one bullet hit the window at Dosa Allee (1020 Market).

The shooting happened at 10:04 a.m., and the Examiner reports via a witness in a nearby office that there were at least five shots fired. The restaurant window was reportedly shattered.

The injured person was reportedly (per the Examiner) taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, and police were on the scene investigating and had closed off streets as of just before 11 a.m. SFGate reports, however, that the injuries are life-threatening and the victim is in critical condition, after speaking with SF General.

The investigation has disrupted traffic and Muni service, and the SFPD posted a tweet telling everyone to avoid the area — though no official alert went out through the SF Alerts system.

As of just before 1 p.m., the SFMTA said that normal traffic through the area was resuming.

Two men were shot a block away at Sixth and Mission back in May, and a suspect in that case remains at large. Last month, a 27-year-old man was fatally shot about two blocks away on Jones Street.