Five people were shot outside a convenience store in downtown Seattle Wednesday night, and the shooter remained at large, reported The Seattle Times citing according to Seattle police Assistant Chief Robert Merner.
The gunshots were reported near the location of an anti-Donald Trump rally shortly before 7 p.m. Witnesses said some people were arguing when the gunman began to walk away, and then turned around and fired into the crowd. At least one victim likely was a bystander.
Two of the victims, both male, were in critical condition in a medical center. Two other males and a female had improved from serious to satisfactory condition by that time.
Police provided no other details on the shooter.
As reported, Republican candidate Donald Trump won the US presidential election. He collected 279 votes of 270 needed to win. Clinton collected only 215. More than 1,000 people showed up in front of the White House in the early hours of Wednesday morning rallying against the a future administration the Republican nominee.