Police in Seattle are searching for the suspect who opened fire at a light-rail station late Friday night, killing one and injuring two others, authorities said.
The shooting broke out in inside the Westlake station downtown around 9:30 p.m. local time.
Police responded to the scene and found three adult male victims who had CPR performed on them by officers before Seattle Fire transported all three to Harborview Medical Center, where one died.
Shooting in the Westlake tunnel tonight; 3 shot conditions unclear right now. Police are looking for 2 possible suspects. pic.twitter.com/P3l6gNtKKx
— Mike Carter (@stimesmcarter) September 14, 2019
Seattle Police said witnesses reported seeing a gunman in a dark hoodie flee the station on foot after the shooting.
Initial reports indicate there was some kind of dispute or disturbance on the street level between the suspect and the victims in a nearby McDonald’s before the group ended up at the train station.
The relationships among the three victims is unclear.
Anyone with information about the shooting is urged to contact the Seattle Police Department tip line at (206) 233-5000.