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Six wounded in drive-by shooting

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Authorities say six people have been wounded in a drive-by shooting in southeast Oklahoma City.

Oklahoma City police say 4 of the shooting victims were in critical condition at local hospitals late Saturday and two others were hospitalized with less severe injuries.

Police officials say officers tracked down three suspects and took them into custody. One was struck by a police car and another was apprehended by a police dog. Officials say that man was taken to the hospital for treatment.

Authorities say the shooting occurred about 11 p.m. at S.E. 21 Street and Durland Avenue. An Oklahoma City police officer who happened to be in the neighborhood saw the aftermath of the shooting, and law enforcement officers to seal off the area quickly.

A handgun that may have been used in the incident was recovered.

Police didn't identify the alleged shooters or the victims and said they had no motive for the incident.

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