The shooting at 235 23rd St, Miami Beach, the address for Gala Miami, resulted in at least one death and two people getting injured.

The three were shot just before 4 AM on Sunday. A man died on the way to the hospital.

A man was moved to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Unit, where he later succumbed to injuries, according to a statement released by police.

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According to the statement, two women were also admitted to the hospital and are likely to recover. Police have not disclosed any details of the victims yet.

Police were informed shortly before 4 am to 235 23rd Street for a report of a shooting.

According to the official website, the Gala nightclub is “Miami’s new premier ultra lounge offering a private high-end luxury experience to our highly exclusive clientele.”

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When police reached, they found the victims suffering from gunshot injuries.

Investigators have not said if they have found the cause behind the shooting or the suspect in connection with the shooting.

Authorities asked anyone with information on the shooting or the suspect to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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In another incident on May 6, one person was taken to the hospital after a shooting on the Palmetto Expressway in Northwest Miami-Dade.

According to authorities reported, Miami-Dade police, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Units and Florida Highway Patrol unit responded to the scene along the westbound lanes close to Northwest 57th Avenue, at around 8:55 pm on Saturday.

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Responding officers arrived to find a black pickup truck with a bullet hole in the rear window. The truck driver, who was the sole occupant, was shot in the right shoulder area, investigators said.

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The victim was admitted to Ryder Trauma Center by ground and later airlifted to HCA Florida Kendall Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. According to troopers, the shooting could have started because of road rage.