A 39-year-old man shot multiple times while riding his bicycle in East Palo Alto early Friday morning is expected to survive, police said.
Upon arrival, the officers did not find a victim but noticed a parked vehicle had been struck with bullets and spent shell casings were found nearby, according to police.
Around 2:20 a.m., the Police Department was notified that a gunshot victim had arrived at a local hospital.
Officers responded to the emergency room and learned the victim, a Hayward resident, had been shot in that area around the same time as the Shotspotter System activated, police said.
The victim said he had been riding his bicycle when a vehicle passed him, then turned around and stopped.
A suspect then exited the vehicle and ran toward the victim, and the victim tried to pedal away, police said.
When the victim arrived at a safe location, he realized he had been shot and arranged for transportation to the hospital, according to police.
He was listed in stable condition today (Sunday), police said.
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