The victim of the Monday August 6 SF / Oakland Bay Bridge Shooting, where an SUV driver and passenger were the target of a drive-by shooting early that morning, was identified as 31-year-old Darryl Stinnette of Texas. He was taken to San Francisco General, but did not make it, and passed away due to the gun shot wounds.
According to reports from the California Highway Patrol’s Officer Bert Diaz, and posted here at Oakland News Now, one person died as a result of the shooting. three vehicles were traveling on eastbound Interstate Highway 80 around 2:23 a.m. The two men who were shot were riding in an SUV in the No. 5 lane (to the extreme right on the deck), the California Highway Patrol said, when an unknown vehicle pulled alongside in an unknown lane and shot at the SUV, causing it to collide with a sedan traveling in the No. 3 lane, which is in the middle of the lower eastbound deck of the Bay Bridge.
— NBC Bay Area (@nbcbayarea) August 6, 2018
Meanwhile, no arrests have been made, no motive given, and the hunt for the shooter continues, as others recover from the incident.
Raul Lopez heard five pops just before 2:30 a.m. on #BayBridge – thought they were fireworks. Then an SUV slammed into his car. Someone shot and killed driver of the SUV. Raul tried to help another injured passenger by wrapping a T-shirt around his gunshot wound. @KTVU pic.twitter.com/FnyLOwuKg0
— Elissa Harrington (@EHarringtonTV) August 6, 2018