Shooting Downtown San Diego – One person was killed and one person was injured in a shooting in Downtown San Diego. The shooting that took place near the library in downtown San Diego has ended with one person dead and another injured. On Tuesday, one person was shot and murdered in downtown San Diego, while another person was injured in the shooting.
In a shooting at a library in downtown San Diego, one man was killed and another was injured. According to 5 San Diego, the incident took place at approximately 12:15 p.m. close to the San Diego Central Library at the intersection of K Street and Eleventh Avenue. Around 12:15 p.m., the suspect reportedly pulled out a revolver and began firing it near the front of the library, according to police.
Investigators believe there had been some kind of encounter in the area before to this. According to officials with the San Diego Police Department, a brazen shooting that took place in the foyer of the downtown San Diego library on Tuesday afternoon resulted in the death of a guy in his 20s and left another man in his 24s injured.
It was just after 12:15 p.m. when the shooting was reported at the San Diego Central Library, which is situated on Park Boulevard close to K street. Homicide Lieutenant Jud Campbell stated many hours after the shooting that it was not obvious what precipitated the shooting. The suspect is believed to have pulled out a gun and opened fire after engaging in some sort of conversation near the front of the library, according to the findings of the investigation.