The Latest: San Francisco bridge reopens after shooting
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Latest on a fatal shooting on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (all times local):
All eastbound lanes of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge have reopened, and authorities say they are looking for a gray or silver car involved in a fatal shooting that led to the closure.
California Highway Patrol Officer Pedro Santiago said Monday investigators believe the gray or silver car was used by the suspects.
Authorities say a man was killed and two others were injured when someone opened fire on their SUV.
The shooting on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge caused the SUV to swerve and crash against another car, shutting down all traffic lanes for hours.
Authorities say a man was killed and two others were injured in a shooting on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge that caused a multiple-vehicle collision and shut down all traffic lanes for hours.
California Highway Patrol Officer Bert Diaz says the men were riding in an SUV heading from San Francisco to Oakland early Monday when a vehicle pulled alongside it and someone opened fire at the SUV, which collided with another car.
Diaz says the driver of the SUV died at the scene and another man was shot and wounded. A third man suffered injuries from the collision. Both were taken to a hospital.
The highway patrol says two of the five eastbound lanes of the major traffic artery in the area remained closed Monday.