NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Three people were sent to the hospital after a fight near a Nashville night club where dozens of shots were fired.
Investigators were working to piece together exactly what happened at three different crime scenes.
An argument between two groups of people apparently broke out around 2:30 a.m. Monday near Yea Baby's Entertainment Venue, and spilled over into Murfreesboro Pike.
Officials said they found around 50 empty bullet casings in parking lots near the Firestone, Longhorn Steakhouse and other businesses.
Around 9 to 11 cars were hit by the bullets during the exchange. At least three people were shot.
Three male victims drove away from the scene but later stopped for help near Murfreesboro Pike and Briley Parkway. Emergency medical technicians and police were called to the scene.
One victim was listed in critical condition. Police said another victim also sustained life-threatening injuries but was in critical condition. The third victim was shot in the leg and expected to make a full recovery.
None of victims' identities were available.
Police apprehended four people in a nearby parking lot. They were all being questioned. It was not clear if the people were being considered as suspects.