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Duluth, MN (KROC AM News) - There was a wild scene early Saturday in the entertainment district of downtown Duluth.

And it happened during one of the city's most popular weekends.

Some police officers who were on foot patrol making the rounds around 2:00 am during bar closing time suddenly saw “people running from Aces stating that multiple people are shot in the bar.”

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The officers immediately called for more assistance.

 

After entering the bar, the officers found just one victim. And it turns out he had been accidentally shot.

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According to the Duluth PD, it was determined a fight broke out between two black men and two white men. According to police, “During the fight, a gun fell out of the waistband of one of the white males who was involved in the fight. A bystander attempted to pick up the gun when it accidentally discharged, hitting the male victim in the foot.”

Two of those who were involved in the fight were interviewed and released. At last report, the other two were still being sought.

The incident happened during Duluth’s Grandma’s Marathon weekend when thousands were in the city to take part in the event or visiting.

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