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Six shot near East Palo Alto McDonald’s
May 06, 2013, 05:00 AM From wire reports

Six people were shot and injured in East Palo Alto Sunday afternoon near a McDonald’s on University Avenue in East Palo Alto in what police are calling gang-related, according to a fire official. The incident was reported shortly after 2:45 p.m. at the McDonald’s at 2401 University Ave., according to Menlo Park Fire Department Chief Harold Schapelhouman.Firefighters arriving on the scene found six people with gunshot wounds, four inside the restaurant and two outside, but it is unclear where they were shot, Schapelhouman said. One person, an adult male in his 20s, received more serious injuries and was immediately taken by ambulance to Stanford Medical Center for treatment.Five others, ranging from an apparently elderly woman to a child somewhere around age 6, received less serious injuries, mostly to the lower extremities from glass shards, Schapelhouman said. All victims were taken to Stanford Medical Center for treatment. The city’s police Capt. Carl Estelle said none of the injuries in Saturday’s shooting were believed to be life-threatening. Estelle said detectives believe the shooting was gang-related.



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