San Diego

Four people were wounded, one seriously, during a shooting in Southeast San Diego, police said Sunday.

The victims were fired on by passengers of a vehicle that drove down the 7400 block of Gribble Street at 8:38 p.m., made a U-turn and drove back, police said.

John Spann, 24, was listed in serious condition and Quinton Mimms, 19, in fair condition Sunday at Sharp Memorial Hospital. Zon Potts, 19, and Anthony Lyons, 18, were reportedly taken to UC San Diego Medical Center but were not listed as patients there Sunday.

Several weapons may have been used in the shooting, and there may have been as many as five suspects in the vehicle, police said.

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