A dispute turned into a wrestling match that then turned into a report of shots fired on Monday afternoon, according to the BART Police Department, when two men got into an altercation at 24th and Mission that ended when a shot rang out.
No one was reported injured from the shooting, according to BART.
An earlier version of this story stated that a person was shot and hospitalized following the incident, based on a statement from the San Francisco Police Department. SFPD since noted it was incorrect about the incident, and BART PD provided updated information.
A transit agency spokesperson said the fight began when one man “got involved in a dispute” with two other men at the east BART plaza on the corner of 24th and Mission streets.
The fight then “moved down the street to 24th and Capp,” the statement continued, where two of the men began wrestling. A shot rang out, and “both combatants ran away.”
BART officers combed through the area but did not find any shell casings or other evidence of gunfire, and did not find a victim.
The San Francisco Police Department said its officers arrived on the scene at 5:50 p.m. in response to a shooting, but did not “locate anyone with injuries or property damage.”
No arrests have been made, BART said.
Earlier this month, a man was stabbed near the McDonald’s on the corner and bled inside the fast food chain; he was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries.
In July, a plaza regular was fatally stabbed at the intersection — the third killing at the corner since August 2022.