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Manhunt underway after one person is killed, five wounded in shooting at D.C. apartment complex 2 miles away from White House


Added 09-20-19 07:25:03am EST - “A manhunt was underway in Washington D.C. Friday morning for at least two suspects armed with an AK-style rifle after one person was killed and another five injured in the courtyard of a Washington D.C. apartment complex located about…” - Nydailynews.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Nydailynews.com: “Manhunt underway after one person is killed, five wounded in shooting at D.C. apartment complex 2 miles away from White House”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

A manhunt was underway in Washington D.C. Friday morning for at least two suspects armed with an AK-style rifle after one person was killed and another five injured in the courtyard of an apartment complex located about 2 miles away from the White House.

An alert issued by D.C. Metropolitan Police said authorities are searching for two male suspects in a light-colored Nissan. While the alleged gunmen remained at large hours after the incident, authorities told Reuters there is no active shooter situation at this time.

Alert: Shooting in the 1300 block of Columbia Rd NW. Lookout is for a light colored Nissan sedan unknown tag# occupied by (2) males armed with AK style rifle, last seen in the rear of the listed location. pic.twitter.com/PY0l05TS7B

Officers found six adult victims – five men and one woman – all suffering from gunshot wounds when they responded to the Columbia Heights apartment building just after 10 p.m. They’d all been standing in a courtyard when they were struck by gunfire in what investigators suspect was a drive-by shooting, Metropolitan Police Commander Stuart Emerman told reporters during a press conference late Thursday.

One of the male victims died at the scene while the rest were transported to an area hospital with injuries ranging from critical to non-critical.

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