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TWO DEAD: Platinum Gentlemen's Club

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LAWTON, OKla._

The Comanche County Sheriffs Office continues to investigate a nightclub shooting that killed two people Sunday morning.

Comanche County Sheriff Kenny Stradley said deputies were called to Platinum Gentlemen's Club on west Cache Road around 2:30 a.m. Sunday, after an argument inside the club's parking lot erupted into gunfire.

Stradley said investigators were told two men were  fighting in the parking lot, when one of them, a 20-year-old Fort Sill soldier was shot.

Witnesses told deputies the club's bouncer, also armed with a gun, then tackled the armed suspect and then shot him.

Stradley said both shooting victims were both hospitalized and later died.

The men's identities were not released.

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