Holiday weekend started off with shooting at McDonald's
SEATTLE -- A long Memorial Day weekend in Seattle kicked off with a shooting at a Queen Anne McDonald's after an SUV allegedly rammed another car and tried to run over its occupants in the parking lot.
According to the Seattle Police Department, an SUV was parked at the McDonald's at Fifth and Broad shortly after midnight Saturday when a silver Chevy sedan stopped in front of it.
At least one person reportedly got out of the SUV and into the sedan. But, as the sedan was pulling away, the SUV apparently rammed it intentionally, pushing it through the lot.
According to police, the SUV drove off before coming back around and ramming the sedan a second time. When the people in the sedan got out, the SUV backed up in an apparent attempt to run them over, according to police.
One of the people who had been in the sedan reportedly started shooting at the SUV before both vehicles went around the corner and more shots were exchanged.
Officers found the alleged shooter and gun several blocks away. They also found the other sedan occupants.
The suspected driver of the SUV was found after he called 911 from West Seattle to report being robbed and shot at.
A woman who had been in the sedan was taken to Harborview Medical Center for injuries she received when the car was rammed.
Several people were arrested in all.