UPDATE, 11:05 p.m. EDT: NBC KNTV, Bay Area, reported that police responded to McAllister Street and Leavenworth Street shortly after 6 p.m. local time. Officers reportedly took two people into custody.
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Original story: Police in San Francisco were investigating a shooting Saturday near Pride festival celebrations at the Civic Center/UN Plaza, KGO, San Francisco, reported. At least one person was wounded, and one suspect has been detained. Coral News tweeted police don't think there's a link between the shooting and the Pride activities.
Instagram user bonni300 shared a brief video that appeared to show the shooting.
Video posted by Instagram user "bonni300" purports to show shooting near San Francisco Pride event pic.twitter.com/mebROav2P9
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A YouTube video -- which includes strong language -- seemed to show the scene from a different location. "Thought we were safe until SFPD all had guns drawn," user Sean Franc-Strang wrote.
Saturday's incident wouldn't be the first shooting to happen at a San Francisco Pride festival, which is one of the largest in the country. Last year, three young men were arrested for shooting a woman and taxi at the parade. In 2013, two men were shot in the leg at the Civic Center just as Pride festivities concluded.