BREAKING: Active Shooter In San Francisco

San Francisco PD has responded to an active shooter at a UPS facility.

San Francisco PD has responded to an active shooter at a UPS facility.

Active Shooter San Francisco At UPS Facility

San Francisco, CA – An active shooter is being reported at a UPS facility in San Francisco.

Multiple people are reported to be down as screaming and shots are heard in the area of 17th and Vermont at 9 AM.

KTVU spoke to a witness over the phone who said that the is a UPS employee and that another employee had opened fire on the main sorting floor.

Law enforcement have been clearing the building and bringing people out one at a time and it has not been confirmed if the shooter was neutralized.

There is still an active SWAT presence on scene at the time of this writing. The UPS facility is very massive in size and may take quite a while to clear. KTVU reports that San Francisco Police Officers have a history of training within the facility.

A shelter in place order is still in effect for the surrounding area.

Two bodies appear to be covered with tarps in the parking lot.

The medical examiner has responded to the scene, but the the number of people killed has not been released. Witnesses report seeing at least five people shot. San Francisco General Hospital has confirmed that they are treating “multiple” gunshot victims.

UPS has issued a statement confirming that the incident involved UPS employees within the UPS facility, but they declined to release the identity of the suspect.

UPDATE: The shooter is alive and being treated for gunshot wound(s). It’s not clear at this time if officers shot him or he shot himself.

UPDATE: There are three dead victims and two more injured. The killer shot himself in the head when confronted by police and he died at the hospital.

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