MILWAUKEE (AP) — Two people are dead after they shot each other outside a Milwaukee bar.
According to a police department news release Sunday, the two bumped into each other at closing of a north side bar and then argued. They then allegedly went to their cars, got guns and argued more outside.
Police say the two then drew their weapons and shot each other at about 2 a.m. Sunday. They died on the scene.
A brother of one of the shooters was caught in the crossfire but his injury is not believed to be life threatening.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that police were already investigating four separate shootings that occurred within an hour and a half of each other Saturday afternoon. Four men were left wounded.