The man, 21, was treated for non-life-threatening wounds, according to Seattle police.
A man was injured in a shooting after a disturbance between two groups in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood Wednesday morning. Seattle police gang-unit detectives are investigating.
The man, 21, was treated for non-life-threatening wounds, according to a police-blotter post.
Officers responded about 3:20 a.m. to a shooting in the 1000 block of East Union Street. The shooting was after a clash between two groups that “escalated,” according to the post. People involved fled the scene in vehicles before police arrived, and one vehicle dropped the victim at a nearby urgent-care facility. He was later taken to Harborview Medical Center.
Police found the vehicle that had dropped off the victim and interviewed the driver, who was released.
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The vehicle, which appears to have been damaged by gunfire, was impounded to be examined by detectives.