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Police: 2 killed, 1 hurt in Oklahoma City shooting

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Authorities are investigating a shooting that left two people dead and another person injured in Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma City Police Lt. Gamille Hardin says officers responded to the shooting outside a club before dawn on Sunday.

Police say two people died and another person was taken to the hospital with injuries. Hardin says the injured person was in stable condition on Sunday.

Authorities haven't released the names or ages of the victims.

Hardin says the shooting began after a fight broke out.

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