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New Year’s Eve party ends in gunfire, two men killed

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RENTON -- King County sheriff's detectives are investigating a deadly shooting at a New Year's Eve party in Renton.

Sheriff's spokesperson Sgt. D.B. Gates said that three people were shot at a home in the 11500 block of 161st Avenue Southeast around 3:30 a.m. Thursday.

Two men were killed. A third person was treated at a hospital and released.

Gates said a homeowner was hosting a party with all young adults and started sending people home just after 3 a.m. Then some of the people who were being told to leave pulled out their guns and began shooting.

Gates said the homeowners returned fire in the a shootout, and police are looking for one shooter.

Around 20 to 25 people were at the home when the gunfire began and detectives are conducting interviews to determine what happened.

Stay with Q13 FOX News for updates on this developing story.

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