Drive-by shooting on I-5 in Tukwila leaves driver in critical condition

A 34-year-old man from Tacoma was critically injured in a drive-by shooting on I-5 in Tukwila Monday night, and the Washington State Patrol (WSP) is seeking the public’s help in the investigation.

According to the WSP, the shooting happened at around 11:00 p.m. on southbound I-5 near the I-405 interchange.

(Washington State Patrol)

Troopers say the man was driving in his 2015 Ford Mustang when he was shot multiple times by someone inside an unknown vehicle. Pictures of the victim's car show at least 20 bullet holes.

"They heard pops and then felt pain," said Trooper Rick Johnson with WSP. "There’s a lot of bullet holes in this vehicle."


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Authorities say the 34-year-old is in critical condition.

The WSP is asking anyone with information to contact them immediately.

"We take action on everything we get," said Johnson. "Even if you’re somebody that’s driving along and a car passes you going very fast, you may not think of anything except that that person is being a jerk. Well, that may be the individual that’s running from a shooting they just committed."

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