Argument at motorcycle club turns deadly in shootout that extends to nearby McDonald’s: Cops

An argument and shooting that began early Sunday morning at a motorcycle club turned fatal after both parties moved to a nearby fast food restaurant.

According to KIRO, two people were killed and multiple other were injuries in the Skyway section of Seattle.

One of the station’s reporters provided updates and images from the scene, noting that an argument sparked the deadly exchange of gunfire.

Mike Griffith pointed out that there were “multiple markers on the pavement” representing police evidence of the shooting.

Police say those involved were at the Family Motorcycle Club when the violence began but were at a McDonald’s in Renton when police were dispatched to the scene.

A 24-year-old man was reportedly pronounced dead by authorities at that location. A second male victim, 36, was transported to an area hospital where he later died.

Two individuals sustained injuries in the shooting that officials say are not expected to be life threatening.

One individual was reportedly injured in a car crash en route to the hospital. Three others were admitted with unspecified injuries not directly related to the shooting, according to authorities.

Police say the investigation remains ongoing. Anyone with information related to the shootings is asked to contact the King County Sheriff’s Office by calling 206-296-3311.

As KOMO reported investigators are processing evidence at multiple scenes as they try to develop a more precise idea of what transpired.

As of the latest reports available, authorities had not indicated they have identified a suspect in the case.

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