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Two teenagers were arrested Wednesday night after a drive-by shooting fatally injured a woman working in a chiropractor's office.
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Two teenagers were arrested Wednesday night after a drive-by shooting fatally injured a woman working in a chiropractor's office.
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Two 17-year-old suspects arrested after stray bullet kills Burien woman

The King County Sheriff's Office has arrested two 17-year-old suspects after a stray bullet killed a woman working in a Burien chiropractor's office.

Officials say a 39-year-old man and his 15-year-old son appeared to be the intended targets of the drive-by shooting Wednesday afternoon around the corner from Highline High School.

Neither the man nor his son were injured. Instead, one of the bullets pierced a window of the nearby chiropractor's office, fatally wounding a 51-year-old woman working at the front desk.

The Sheriff's Office arrested the teenagers Wednesday night. The Sheriff's Office claimeds the two are members of the United Lakotes Sureno street gang.