The Golden Dragon massacre (traditional Chinese: 金龍大屠殺; simplified Chinese: 金龍大屠杀; pinyin: Jīnlóngdàtúshā; Jyutping: Gam1lung4daai6tou4saat3) was a gang-related shooting attack that took place in San Francisco, California, on the 4th day of September 1977, inside the Golden Dragon Restaurant, located at 816 Washington Street in Chinatown. The five perpetrators, members of the Joe Boys, a Chinese youth gang, were attempting to kill members of the Wah Ching, a rival Chinatown gang. The attack left 5 people dead and 11 others injured, none of whom were gang members.
Latitude: 37° 47' 42.50" N
Longitude: -122° 24' 25.56" W
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