KANSAS CITY—Law enforcement authorities are investigating a deadly shooting that killed one man and sent another to a local hospital.
Just after 2.m. Monday, police officers were called to 39th and Woodland in Kansas City on a sound of shots call. While officers were on the way the call was upgraded to a shooting call with two people shot, according to Police Captain Jake Becchina.
First responders were directed to two shooting victims, on the ground south of the intersection, unresponsive. Officers summoned EMS to the scene, they transported one man to the hospital for treatment and the other man was declared deceased at the scene.
Investigation indicates there was a number of people at the location in regard to a non-injury accident when an argument ensued. That argument escalated and shots were fired and the two victims were struck.
Detectives were talking with people who were at the scene when officers arrived, and canvassing for witnesses. Crime scene investigators processed the scene for evidence. The connection between the non-injury accident and the shooting is not known, but is under investigation at this time, according to Becchina.