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Newsbreak: Shooting at Whiskey Barrel Saloon in Oklahoma City Leaves Three Dead and Three Injured, Suspect(s) Still at Large

A shooting at Whiskey Barrel Saloon in southwest Oklahoma City left one person in critical condition and two with non-life-threatening injuries around 9 pm.

A shooting incident in Oklahoma City left three people dead and three others wounded in a bar on Saturday night. The suspect(s) involved in the incident is still at large, according to police.

Authorities are looking into a pub shooting that killed three individuals and injured three more.

Shooting at Whiskey Barrel Saloon in Oklahoma City

Three people were killed and three others were injured in a shooting at the Whiskey Barrel Saloon in Oklahoma City on Saturday night. The suspect is still at large, and police have not identified any of the victims or the shooter, according to Fox News. The bar and grill is located in the southwestern part of the city.

According to Lt. Jeff Cooper of the Oklahoma City Police Department, the three victims who were killed were men, and all three were pronounced dead at the scene. Of the three people hospitalized with injuries, one is critically wounded, and the other two are expected to survive. Cooper described the incident as “chaotic” and happened in a bar full of patrons.

Police initially reported an arrest in an incident, but later confirmed it to be incorrect. Authorities haven’t followed any leads yet and are still investigating the case since 11 p.m. on Saturday. Oklahoma City Police Department has asked people to avoid the area. More details are expected by Monday.

The Suspect is Still At Large

As of Sunday, the police have not identified any suspects nor made any arrests related to the shooting incident. The suspect or suspects involved had fled the saloon before the authorities arrived at the scene.

The police department has called the scene “chaotic,” as the incident occurred inside a bar full of patrons. In a statement released on Facebook, they have asked the public to avoid the area as investigators continue to look into the case. The police spokesperson expects to have more information on the investigation by Monday.


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