SEATTLE, Wa. (WCBD) — The Seattle Fire Department said its crews are treating five patients with gunshot wounds, two of which have life-threatening injuries, after a shooting near anti-Trump protests in downtown Seattle.
The Seattle Police Department also said it’s investigating a shooting with multiple injuries in the area.
Authorities are not connecting the shootings to the protest.
The Seattle Times reports the march started at Westlake Mall, turned into a march and was proceeding down nearby streets at the time of the shootings, according to witnesses who spoke with the newspaper.