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Two Wounded By Stray Bullets From Early Morning Oakland Shooting

OAKLAND (CBS SF) -- A 13-year-old boy and a woman were wounded early Sunday from stray bullets in a shooting near downtown Oakland, authorities said.

Oakland police PIO Officer Johnna Watson said in an email that a shooting took place around 12:30 a.m. in the 300 block of 14th Street near Harrison Street.

Arriving officers found the wounded teen and adult female who "appeared to have been struck by stray bullets."

Both required hospital treatment. The teen was in stable condition, but there was no information released as to the condition of the adult female.

The incident remained under investigation. No information was released related to the shooting or suspect or suspects in the case.

The shooting was latest in a surge of gun violence on Oakland streets.

There were 154 ShotSpotter Activations reported in Oakland from 7/5-7/11, up 84%, according to police. There were 69 instances of gunfire.

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