TULSA, Okla. - Police say a second person died after a shooting in outside a midtown nightclub.
Police said it happened at a party near 11th and Hudson. Officials say the incident may have been gang-related.
Police say the operators of the club say an unknown person rented the business for a personal birthday party.
Investigators say about 50 people were inside the unlocked club when fight broke out. They say shots were fired after the people involved moved the fight to the parking lot just before 3 a.m.
Police believe retaliatory gunfire come from an overflow parking lot across the street.
A women called 911 saying she heard shots and people started running from the party. During the chaos, she told police that she had been run over by a champagne-colored vehicle.
There has been no update on the women's condition but she is expected to survive.
Police said two of the victims were taken to Hillcrest Medical Center in private vehicles.
One victim, 20-year-old Marrico McGuire, died at the hospital. A second victim died around 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
The identity of the second victim has not been released.
Police also found a third victim walking along 11th Street. Officers say he was shot in the kidney but is expected to survive.
Investigators are seeking anyone with video or photos snapped at the establishment before, during and after the shooting.
Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS.
This is Tulsa's 52nd homicide of the year.
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