A horrific shooting incident occurred in Oklahoma City on Sunday, as confirmed by police officials.

Two people have been admitted to the hospital after an incident involving gunfire in Oklahoma City. On Sunday around 4:30 p.m., someone called the police reporting that there had been gunfire at a house close to Southwest 39th Street and Western Avenue. When they got there, they found that two people inside the house had been shot. While the other victim, who had also been shot, went to a hospital on his own, the first victim was taken to a hospital.

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At first, the authorities stated that they believed the injuries sustained by both people were not life-threatening. But, law enforcement verified to KOCO workers on the site that one of the people had surgery and is in serious condition right now. According to the authorities, the second individual’s status is stable.

According to the Oklahoma City Police Department, a house has been cleared and a suspect has been apprehended and placed under arrest.

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Meanwhile, another shooting incident occurred in Minneapolis’ Dinkytown neighborhood on Sunday morning. On Sunday morning, a shooting tragedy occurred in Minneapolis’ Dinkytown district, leaving two men dead and a third hospitalized after receiving gunshot wounds. According to the Minneapolis Police Department, the incident happened at the Royal Cigar and Tobacco store on the 400 block of 14th Street Southeast at roughly 2:15 AM.

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According to preliminary reports, the incident started after a fight broke out between two groups of customers inside the store and resulted in the shooting. One of the three injured parties was an employee who was present during the altercation, according to Minneapolis Police Department Sgt. Garrett Parten. The injured party was taken to Hennepin County Medical Center.