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UPDATE: Shooting victims released from hospital

MUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP) - At least 2 of the five people wounded in a mall shooting in Muskogee have been released from the hospital.

Muskogee Regional Medical Center spokeswoman Laurie Hoog says four people wounded in the Saturday shooting were brought there but one person was already dead. Police have identified that person as 17-year-old Jarrod Reed of Muskogee.

Hoog said Sunday that two others were treated and released and the fourth person is in stable condition.

The Muskogee Phoenix reports a fifth person was taken to St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, but a hospital spokeswoman would not confirm that Sunday.

Police have said gunfire wounded five people at the crowded downtown shopping mall. They say no arrests have been made yet in what witnesses described as a gunfight.

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