*Updated* Two Males Shot in Drive-By Show Up at Seattle Fire House

Two people reportedly shot showed up outside Seattle Fire Station 33 overnight, both transported with injuries.

*Update* Statement from Seattle Police:

Gang Unit Detectives are investigating after two people were struck by gunfire in a drive-by shooting in the Rainier View neighborhood.

Police were called to the fire station in the 9600 block of Renton Avenue South at 12:45 am Saturday for a report of two people who had been shot and drove to the station for assistance.

According to a third person in the car, two 19-year-olds who had been sitting in the vehicle were struck by rounds that were fired from a passing vehicle as they sat in the 6500 block of South Ryan Street.

Medics took the two 19-year-olds to Harborview Medical Center for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

Officers searched the area where the witnesses said the shooting occurred but were unable to find any evidence. If you have any information in this case please call the tip line at 206-233-5000


Seattle, WA: Just before 1a.m., Seattle Fire called the Seattle Police reporting that two people showed up on their driveway ramp in a vehicle with gunshot wounds.

Both were transported to an area trauma center in unknown condition. Information has been very limited in this incident.

Police are investigating.