2 dead, 5 injured in motorcycle club shooting in King County

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(video)---An overnight shooting in south Seattle has left two people dead and five others injured.

Shots were first fired around 4 a.m. Sunday in the Skyway neighborhood, with victims later showing up at a McDonald's in Renton.

A total of four people were shot; two later died after being driven to the McDonalds.

King County sheriff's deputies say the victims were members of a motorcycle club. A large fight broke out during a gathering and then multiple gunshots were fired.

Deputies were en route to the scene when the received calls that victims of the shooting had been transported in cars to different locations.

A 24-year-old man died at the McDonald's; a 36-year-old man died at Valley Medical Center. Deputies say two other people were shot but did not have life-threatening injuries; three other people were injured iin the chaos.

"Then we had some other people that didn't have gunshot wounds - we had a person who was injured in a car accident trying to get to the hospital. And then we had a couple people who had panic attacks that went to the hospital who are being treated," said King County sheriff's spokesperson Sgt. Ryan Abbott.

Officials do not know yet what led up to the fight. Deputies are questioning witnesses and working on descriptions of the suspects.

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