Four People Killed In Kansas City Bar Shooting


Four people were killed, and five others were injured during a shooting at a bar in Kansas City, Kansas, early Sunday (October 6) morning. Witnesses told investigators that a group of men got into an altercation earlier in the night. Some of the people reportedly left and then returned later, armed with handguns.

Authorities have not made any arrests and believe they might be two suspects.

"Obviously being a bar at 1:30 stories varied a lot," police spokesman Thomas Tomasic said. "We are trying to separate out stories, find out the truthful from the maybe exaggerated a little bit."

The four victims were found inside the bar and were described as Hispanic men who ranged in age from mid-20s to late-50s. The five wounded individuals managed to make it outside of the bar and were taken to the hospital where they are listed in stable condition.

Officials believe the shooting was an isolated incident. They are reviewing surveillance camera footage from the bar, hoping to identify those responsible for the shooting.

"We do not believe it is random, we do believe this was an isolated incident," Tomasic said. "We don't feel that these suspects are going to go out and do this again."


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