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Iris Lane shootings

Steamboat Springs police forced their way into a west Steamboat Springs home, and ambulance crews took two people to Yampa Valley Medical Center with gunshot wounds.

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Steamboat Springs police officer Bill Stucker stands behind the house holding a shotgun. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Springs Police Department Capt. Joel Rae stands next to an officer taking cover under a vehicle Friday after a gunshot was heard inside a home. Rae said a phone call from Rhonda Cash’s co-worker “very likely” saved her life. Photo by Matt Stensland

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A Steamboat Springs Police Department vehicle blocks Iris Lane on Friday morning in west Steamboat. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Police Capt. Bob DelValle puts on a bulletproof vest while responding to a standoff at a home on Iris Lane on Friday morning. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Springs Steamboat Police Capt. Bob DelValle briefs two officers arriving at the scene. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Springs police prepare to enter the house Friday morning at 2739 Iris Lane in west Steamboat. Police Capt. Joel Rae said Saturday that a phone call from Rhonda Cash’s co-worker “very likely” saved her life. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Springs police officers and paramedics bring Bob Cash out of his home June 11 after police secured the scene. Police say Cash shot his wife and then himself. Both were transported to the hospital and were conscious and breathing. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Police begin the crime scene investigation after the injured man and woman were taken out. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Springs Police Chief JD Hays, right, speaks with Detective Nick Bosick. Photo by Matt Stensland

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