TUCSON, AZ - Police say four people have been shot after gunfire erupted in the parking lot of a Tucson strip club.
Tucson police Sgt. Chris Widmer says an officer who was near Ten's Showclub on Speedway Boulevard heard gunfire just before 1 a.m. Saturday and rushed to the scene. The officer found lots of people in the parking lot and vehicles rushing to leave.
After the lot cleared out four men were found with gunshot wounds. Widmer says one man was hit in the head and has life-threatening injuries but the other men have non-serious wounds. All were taken to local hospitals for treatment.
Widmer says there apparently was an exchange of gunfire between at least two people.
Detectives interviewed about a dozen people but have not made any arrests.
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