SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- At least four people were stabbed in a brawl that erupted following a car show in Kearny Mesa early Thursday morning.
San Diego police said the incident happened at a Chevron gas station in the 7700 block of Copley Park Place just after 12 a.m.
According to police, about 50 people appeared at the gas station following a car show at a nearby park. During the gathering, a fight broke out, and a male pulled out a handgun and fired several gunshots.
At the same time, another male used a knife to slash the tires of several vehicles and then tried to stab another male.
When officers arrived at the gas station, those involved in the reported incident fled the area. Police discovered shell casings and blood at the scene.
A short time later, police learned two people with stab wounds arrived at a Kaiser Permanente facility on Clairemont Mesa Boulevard. Both victims were then transferred to Sharp Memorial Hospital for treatment.
Police learned two more people with stab wounds showed up at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla.
According to police, the victims were between age 16-21. The victims described the suspect as a Hispanic male.
No arrests have been made.