UPDATE Oct. 30 1:22 p.m.: A shooting near the intersection of S. 154th and 24th S. in SeaTac (map below) Thursday afternoon killed one. This location is on the north end of Sea-Tac Airport near an access road, just south of SR 518 by the S. 154 exit. Police say that the victim’s vehicle was driving eastbound on S. 154th Street when an unidentified male shot at his car from another vehicle, striking – and killing – the driver. Deputies originally thought that a person found hiding nearby was a suspect (see video below), but they have since revised that theory to say that this person was apparently also a victim, and was a passenger in the car that was fired upon. That person was allegedly trying to escape the scene, and was mis-identified as a possible shooter. The driver – who was pronounced dead on the scene – managed to exit the car before collapsing. The victim vehicle apparently rolled eastbound past 24th Ave S. until it stopped about 50 yards from the intersection. The gunman is apparently still at large. The King County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that one person (no longer a suspect) was located in nearby woods via infrared camera on the Guardian One helicopter, with assistance from a K-9 unit. Here’s video showing the dramatic apprehension showing the person hiding in bushes as a squad of police approach: [youtube]https://youtu.be/ldcItrSSMPQ[/youtube] One Reader told us “there are at least 20 cops around the area all over. I believe they are looking for someone.” The Reader added:

“I happened to drive up on it on my way home and got turned around back towards pac highway. There are cops patrolling des moines memorial as well with weapons.”
She also said that S. 156th is closed near Highline High School. As we get more details, we’ll update this post. ]]>