Seattle police: Suspect killed after firing at officers

SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle police say a person suspected of shooting two others fired at officers Tuesday night and was killed when officers fired back. Assistant Police Chief Deanna Nollette says officers were responding to a shooting Tuesday night near the Northwest African American Museum when the suspect came around a corner and fired at the officers. Officers shot back and the individual was fatally wounded. Nollette says two victims at the scene were hospitalized with life-threatening wounds. Police believe the suspect knew the victims. No other injuries were reported. Additional details on the shooting weren’t immediately released.