Berkeley police are investigating a shooting Thursday that sent a man to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the leg, authorities report.
The shooting took place just before 2:30 p.m. in front of a business in the 3200 block of Adeline Street, Berkeley police said.
It's the third gunfire call in Berkeley this week, but the first to have left someone wounded.
Details were limited due to the ongoing investigation.
The man was taken to Highland Hospital for treatment, police said.
There have now been 19 shootings confirmed in Berkeley this year, wounding five people. None of the shootings have been fatal.
On Tuesday, a conflict between vehicle occupants and a pedestrian in a crosswalk led to what police have described as a road-rage shooting.
On Wednesday, police investigated a "roving gun battle" in South Berkeley that left at least two vehicles damaged, and shooting scenes on multiple blocks.
There had been 34 shootings at this time last year. Two people had been killed and 10 wounded.
This story will be updated if additional details become available.
Note: Photographs from the scene were added to this story after publication.