Breaking: Two men injured in apparent drive-by shooting

  • Thursday, May 4, 2017 2:23pm
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Two men were injured in an apparent drive-by shooting near a bus stop Thursday at the intersection of Pacific Highway South and South 288th Street in Federal Way.

Federal Way police were called to the scene about 12:34 p.m. The two victims are both men in their 20s, and their injuries have been reported as non-life threatening, according to police.

Police say that three men were near the bus stop when an older model white four-door sedan approached and fired several shots at the men, injuring two of them.

Detectives are still investigating the scene. Police are diverting traffic because of a road closure at 18th Avenue South and South 288th Street.

This story will be update when more information is available.

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