2 shot near Moses Lake Saturday night

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MOSES LAKE — Two males were shot in Moses Lake Saturday evening on an interstate offramp.

Police responded to the shooting about 10:30 p.m. Saturday night. Several shots were reportedly fired from a vehicle at the westbound Interstate 90-Hansen Road intersection. Two males were shot in the incident and transported to Samaritan Hospital in Moses Lake for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. A description of the suspect vehicle and/or suspected shooter has not been released by police.

If you have any information contact MACC Dispatch at 509-762-1160.

— Staff report

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