A mass shooting erupted at a low-rider car show in Kent, Washington, Saturday afternoon. Eight were shot, eleven injured, and police cannot figure out what ignited the violent argument south of Seattle.
Local news on the scene gathered from one witness that the fight started when one man bad-mouthed another car owner's paint job.
"'I was out there chilling with a friend and somebody started dissing somebody else's paint job. And then some people came up together and then started started gangbangin',' said the witness, who identified himself as 'Harrison.'
Police would not confirm what started the argument. But Kasner did say the shootings may have been gang-related, and that gang detectives have been called in for the investigation"'
Of the 200 to 300 people at the car show, the eight victims brought to the hospital ranged in age from 14 to 32. One victim was shot multiple times. KOMO reports that eight victims injured that were brought to one local hospital are miraculously now all listed in satisfactory condition.