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February 18, 2015 at 5:01 PM

2 drive-by shootings reported Tuesday night in Seattle

Drive-by shootings were reported in Seattle’s Central District and Beacon Hill neighborhoods Tuesday night, police said.

Witnesses told officers they saw a dark-green Chevy Tahoe chase a light-colored SUV while passengers fired at each other near 23rd Avenue and East Union Street around 10:30 p.m., according to the Seattle Police Department. Officers collected numerous shell casings at the Central District scene.

About 20 minutes later, witnesses reported gunfire in the 1400 block of South Hill Street, according to the police department. Two large, four-door vehicles were seen speeding away after the shootings. Bullets struck a home and a BMW.

No one was injured in the two shootings, police said. Detectives with Seattle’s gang unit are investigating.

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