At least six injured in downtown Oakland shooting

Police are investigating a shooting in downtown Oakland near 13th and Franklin streets that injured two people on June 14, 2016. (KGO-TV)

Oakland police are investigating a shooting involving at least six victims in the area of 13th and Franklin streets in downtown Oakland this afternoon.

Police originally reported that a man and woman were hospitalized in stable condition after being shot. Police said the man and woman's ages range from mid-teens to early 20s.

Among the victims that were shot was a 16-year-old teen girl who is currently in grave condition.

The shooting occurred just after 6:00 p.m. near the Tribune Tower.

A store owner ABC7 News spoke with said the shooting happened around the parking structure by the Golden Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant located at 1301 Franklin Street.

Police say a vigil for a 2014 Salinas drowning victim was taking place nearby at 14th Street and Broadway at the time of the shooting.

Bay City News contributed to this story.
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