Man Wounded In Shootout At Tulsa Gas Station
TULSA, Oklahoma - A man is in the hospital after police say about two dozen shots were fired in a Tulsa convenience store parking lot. Police say the man was hit in the stomach at the Kum & Go store at 21st and Sheridan at about 11 p.m. Sunday.
Two vehicles were at the pump with the people talking when a third vehicle pulled up, according to police. Authorities say the people argued, and two to three of them pulled out guns and started shooting.
One man was caught in the crossfire, records show. Another car parked in front of the store was hit, but no one was inside.
The wounded man ran across the street to another parking lot where police say his brother picked him up and took him to the hospital.
Police have not made any arrests, and the investigation is ongoing. Police told News On 6 at least two dozen shell casings were collected at the scene.