Two men in critical condition after possible drive-by shooting in Bricktown

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Lights, crime scene tape and police cruisers filled the parking lot of a Circle K Thursday evening.

Officials responded to a shots fired call in the area of E Reno Ave. and S Lincoln Blvd.

"The shooting actually occurred behind me over at the Lincoln Boulevard, it's a T- intersection about 200 yards away from here," said Sgt. Jeff Dutton with Oklahoma City Police.

A red Dodge neon, with no tag and two bullet holes in the windshield, was the alleged target.

Two victims were shot, possibly by a person driving by.

"Both those victims have wounds consistent with gunshots. Both of them were transported to a local hospital by EMSA," Dutton said.

Police say both men are fighting for their lives.

"One is listed in critical condition right now. The other one is going to be in critical but stable," Dutton said.

Police were able to come up with a vague suspect description.

"The only suspect description that we have at this time is going to be a white SUV, possibly a Tahoe occupied by two black males that left the area shortly after the shooting," said Dutton.

The shooting is still under investigation.

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