San Francisco News
A woman was arrested on Tuesday after she allegedly opened fire in Berkeley’s Strawberry Creek Park neighborhood. According to the City of Berkeley, the unnamed suspect is a 41-year-old woman from Bay Point. The incident happened on August 29 in Bonar Street and Allston Way. The city said the woman approached a 5-year-old boy and “started bothering him.” The child’s mother then confronted the suspect when she pulled out a handgun and pointed it at the mother’s head. The suspect fired in the air and threatened to shoot the mother as well. The shots were fired between two apartment buildings.
One dead after Caltrain hits a vehicle on Thursday afternoon in Burlingame. The incident occurred around 1:38 p.m. at the Broadway station near Broadway and California Drive where the driver drove the car onto the train tracks. Caltrain first announced the collision around 1:52 p.m. There were no reported injuries on the train passengers.
San Francisco firefighters used Narcan to save a baby with a fentanyl overdose while playing in a local park. According to the baby’s father, it is unknown how the 10-month-old boy ingested the fentanyl at Moscone Park in the Marina district Tuesday. “Our baby went to the ER today and barely survived because he found and ingested fentanyl while playing,” Ivan M. wrote on Nextdoor. Ivan M. said his baby usually plays in the park’s grassy area with the baby’s nanny. Ivan M is thankful to his nanny, the SF’s Fire for their quick response, and Narcan for saving his