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Customers shoot 2 OKC McDonald’s employees after being told dining room was closed, police say

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Customers shoot 2 OKC McDonald’s employees after being told dining room was closed, police say

Two employees of a McDonald’s in southwest Oklahoma City were shot and a third was injured Wednesday after police said two customers became upset when they learned the dining room was closed.Police told KOCO 5 that two people entered the lobby of the McDonald’s near Southwest 89th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, where employees informed them that the dining room was closed because of safety precautions surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. At some point, a gun was produced and two male employees were shot, police said. According to police, one of the victims was shot in the upper arm and the other was shot in the shoulder. They were taken to an area hospital, and police said the victims’ injuries are not considered to be life-threatening.Police at the scene also said a female employee sustained a head injury after she apparently fell and hit a piece of furniture.Two female suspects were taken into custody in connection with the incident, authorities said.

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OKLAHOMA CITY —

Two employees of a McDonald’s in southwest Oklahoma City were shot and a third was injured Wednesday after police said two customers became upset when they learned the dining room was closed.

Police told KOCO 5 that two people entered the lobby of the McDonald’s near Southwest 89th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, where employees informed them that the dining room was closed because of safety precautions surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. At some point, a gun was produced and two male employees were shot, police said.

According to police, one of the victims was shot in the upper arm and the other was shot in the shoulder. They were taken to an area hospital, and police said the victims’ injuries are not considered to be life-threatening.

Police at the scene also said a female employee sustained a head injury after she apparently fell and hit a piece of furniture.

Two female suspects were taken into custody in connection with the incident, authorities said.

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