- Associated Press - Monday, June 1, 2015

DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) - Police say an off-duty Washington, D.C., police officer and second man were wounded when another driver opened fire on their SUV at an intersection in suburban Detroit.

Dearborn police say the SUV and a car were stopped at a traffic light early Monday when the car’s passenger yelled something and the car’s driver then fired four to eight shots.

Police say the 34-year-old Detroit man driving the SUV had a non-life threatening grazing torso wound. They say his 32-year-old male passenger had a non-life threatening gunshot wound to his side.

They drove to a Detroit police precinct before being taken to a hospital. So far, there are no known arrests or suspects.

Dearborn police Capt. William Leavens says the wounded passenger works as a police officer in the nation’s capital.

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