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Wash. lt. gov's son wounded in workplace shooting

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SEATTLE (AP) - One of Lt. Gov Brad Owen's sons, Mark Owen, has been wounded in a workplace shooting in Kent.

The lieutenant governor's spokesman, Brian Dirks, says Mark Owen was wounded in the shooting Monday afternoon in Kent, where he works at an auto body shop. He is in satisfactory condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, spokeswoman Susan Gregg-Hanson said.

Kent police say the shooting appeared to be a dispute between two co-workers, with one employee shot in the arm and abdomen, and the other apparently shooting himself in the head, suffering life-threatening injuries.

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