Mass Shooting in Birmingham Alabama
Last night at a teen nightclub called WorkPlay in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, an argument between two men resulted in one of them pulling out a firearm and firing.
In total, seven were injured. One with a knee injury and six others were shot. Victims ranged in age from fifteen to twenty.
As information continues to become available, posts will be updated.
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