Man found shot after vehicle collision south of Everett

He was not cooperating in the investigation of a crash and shooting near Mariner High School.

EVERETT — A Mountlake Terrace man was apparently shot after a crash Sunday evening just south of Everett, but he’s not cooperating with investigators, deputies said.

Witnesses in the 12600 block of Eighth Avenue W said they heard multiple gunshots after two vehicles collided there just after 7 p.m., according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

Several people were seen running from the scene, in a neighborhood a few blocks southwest of Mariner High School.

Sheriff’s deputies encountered the wounded man, 21, a few minutes later on nearby Fourth Avenue W. His wound did not appear to be life-threatening. He was transported to a hospital and was not cooperating with the investigation, the sheriff’s office said.

A police dog searched the neighborhood for suspects.

Deputies believe the shooting was gang-related.

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