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Dallas, Texas - 2 Shot Outside of Curtain Club in Deep Ellum

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Published: October 23, 2018
By: Paul
Last Updated on December 16, 2020

Police Investigating Shooting Outside Curtain Club Music Venue

Police are investigating a shooting that left two people wounded outside of a club and live music venue in Deep Ellum early Monday morning. According to authorities, an argument began inside the Curtain Club in the 2800 block of Main Street and eventually moved outside into the parking lot. Two people were shot in the parking lot.

According to witnesses, a man got out of a car and fired several times at the two victims at around midnight, before returning to his vehicle and driving away.

One of the victims was brought to a nearby hospital in critical condition and the other drove himself to a hospital and listed in stable condition.

No suspects have yet been identified and this case is still under investigation.

Police investigated a shooting near the bar in July, roughly a block away from the Curtain Club. No arrests were made in that case.

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