UPDATE: NOV. 19 AT 11 A.M.

According to police, around midnight Wednesday night 911 was called twice about a shooting where someone's "friend" had been shot and that someone was shot and was "bleeding out."

When police arrived, they found two adult men with gunshot wounds exiting the hotel into the parking lot. They were transported to the hospital.

According to police, preliminary information indicates that the two men who were shot had set up a "meeting" in their hotel room with a yet unidentified man. Police said there was a confrontation between the men, eventually leading to the shooting.

Early indications also show police that the weapon recovered in the parking lot had been thrown through a 10th floor window, bounced off a car in the parking lot and landed near where the wounded men would be contacted by police.

The other person involved in the shooting has not been located. Anyone with information should contact crime check. 

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A shooting happened overnight at the Centennial Hotel in downtown Spokane that left two people in the hospital. According to police, the shooting happened around midnight and the shooter still hasn't been found.

Police said they don't think this shooting was random.

Police got to the hotel fast and closed off the Washington bridge so ambulances could help the victims quick. Meanwhile, police said the shooter took off.

Major Crimes is investigating while police can search for the shooter. There's no description of the shooter available yet.

The two men who were shot were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.