Police: Innocent bystander injured during shootout in Oklahoma City

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Police are investigating a shootout that happened in Oklahoma City early Sunday morning.

Police responded to a call about men fighting in a parking lot in the 6800 block of the S. l-35 service road around 1 a.m.

When police arrived to the Magnuson Hotel, they reported that there had been a shooting.

Police say a stray bullet hit the window of a car that was not involved in the altercation. The person who was in that car was cut by the broken glass, officials say.

At the time of the shooting, deputies were running a DUI checkpoint near where the shots were fired.

While the deputies say they didn’t hear the gunshots, they saw two cars racing down Shields Blvd. They pulled both cars over and interviewed them about the shooting.

Both drivers were released when deputies came to the conclusion that they were not involved with the nearby shooting.

Police do not have descriptions for any suspects yet.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
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