Four Dead After Two Gunmen Open Fire in Kansas City Bar

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Four people were killed early Sunday morning after two gunmen reportedly opened fire in a Kansas City bar.

The Associated Press reports that police are seeking two suspects who opened fired following an “earlier altercation” in the KC Tequila Bar.

The two suspects allegedly left the bar following the altercation, retrieved handguns, then returned and opened fire.

The Kansas City Star reports five persons were wounded in addition to the four fatalities.

The five wounded managed to flee the bar after being shot, with one being found at “a nearby park.”

There have been no arrests in the incident.

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