Sheriff's office investigates Granger shooting that caused life-threatening wounds

Sheriff's office investigate Granger shooting that caused life-threatening wounds

GRANGER, Wash. - The Yakima County sheriff’s office is investigating a shooting that has left one man with life-threatening wounds.

Sgt. Mike Russell said a 45-year-old man was shot multiple times at the 500 block of Mentzer Avenue in Granger about ten minutes after midnight, Wednesday.

Medics took the shooting victim to a local hospital and later transferred him to Harborview Medical Center where he is in life-threatening condition.

This is located right down the street from Granger High School and right behind Granger Middle School.

A woman who lives in the area told KIMA Action News she heard the gun shots and thought it was someone banging on her door.

Sgt Mike Russell said they are still working through statements and gathering witnesses and not identifying any suspects at this time.

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