Man seriously injured in Parkland shooting, deputies investigate

Deputies are investigating after a man was shot in Parkland Wednesday night. 

According to the Pierce County Sheriff's Department (PCSD), at around 10:09 p.m., a man called 911 saying that he had been shot near the corner of Park Ave. S and 102nd St. S.

Pierce County deputies arrive at the scene of a shooting in Parkland. (Pierce County Sheriff's Department)

Several bystanders saw the 26-year-old victim and started to help by holding pressure on his wounds. 

Deputies arrived at the scene and quickly applied chest seals and tourniquets on the man before taking him to a nearby hospital. Authorities say he was in serious condition.

Investigators were called to the scene to look for evidence. The PCSD could not find anyone who witnessed the shooting, and detectives were unable to interview the victim.

When the 911 call was received, dispatch was advised that the shooting was over a road rage incident. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department.


New website reveals license plates of Aurora Avenue visitors in Seattle

Suspect killed after firing shots at WA troopers on I-5

Hole forms on SR 529 in Everett after someone was tunneling underneath

Everett neighbors question woman’s actions after rash of porch package thefts

Marysville teen who lost foot in fireworks accident shares warning

NTSB releases early report on WA plane crash that killed former astronaut

Renton faces growing homelessness crisis amid environmental concerns

The 5 biggest potential headaches for 4th of July travelers in WA

Seattle's Ballard Bridge to close for projects starting in July

To get the best local news, weather and sports in Seattle for free, sign up for the daily FOX 13 Seattle newsletter.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.