1 seriously injured in officer-involved shooting at Aquatic Park [updated]

One unidentified person suffered life-threatening injuries yesterday evening in a shooting involving a federal officer at Aquatic Park, the SFPD reports.

Early this morning the department confirmed that Central Station officers responded to shots fired at the federal park at 9:31 p.m. and determined that the shooting involved a U.S. Park Police officer. One unidentified person was transported to a hospital in life-threatening condition while another was detained.

No information has been released on the identity or current condition of the injured person, the identity of the detained or the events that led to the shooting.

The SFPD and the San Francisco District Attorney's Independent Investigations Bureau are investigating the shooting. Anyone with information is asked to call the SFPD's anonymous tip line at (415) 575-4444 or text TIP411 with "SFPD" at the start of the message.

[Update, 5:30 p.m.] The SFPD has reported that the injured subject in this case remained in life-threatening condition this afternoon, while the second subject was booked on possession of a firearm and possession of a firearm with a large capacity magazine. The U.S. Park Police officer involved was not injured.

[Update, 10/18] The subject critically injured in Tuesday night's shooting has been identified as 28-year-old Devon Flanagan, the Examiner reports. He has since been booked into jail on "suspicion of felony being a convicted occupant with a concealed firearm in a vehicle, felony possession of a loaded firearm, felony possession of a large capacity magazine, felony possession of a firearm by a felon and misdemeanor driving with a suspended or revoked license."

The subject detained Tuesday night has also been identified as Robert Francisco Quiroz. The 21-year-old was booked on "suspicion of felony being a convicted occupant with a concealed firearm in a vehicle, two counts of felony possession of a loaded firearm and misdemeanor carrying a large capacity magazine."

Neither the SFPD nor the U.S. Park Police have released additional information on the events leading up to the shooting.

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