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Two Critically Injured After Overnight Shooting In NE OKC

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The victim identities are unknown at this time. The victim identities are unknown at this time.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Two people are in critical condition after a shooting in the 700 block of NE 36th St. around 3 a.m. Saturday.

Oklahoma City police say a suspect, possibly in a dark blue, older model Chevy Blazer, shot into another vehicle injuring the two victims. One of the victims went to a nearby nightclub to get help.

The incident is still under investigation. Parts of NE 36th St. were closed while investigators worked the scene.

According to police, both victims are in stable condition at the hospital and are both expected to live.

The victim identities are unknown at this time. The shooting is still under investigation.

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