Four people hit by gun fire after club altercation

HOUSTON, TX – A violent altercation outside a Washington Corridor club led to a shooting that left four people injured on Saturday night, according to Houston police officials. Authorities are currently on the hunt for two suspects believed to be involved in the incident.

The shooting, which occurred around 11:30 p.m. on the 5100 block of Washington Avenue, was triggered by a dispute between two men in their 20s at the club. After being asked to leave by security personnel and two off-duty Harris County deputies, the men continued to argue about re-entry.

The situation escalated when one of the suspects entered a Chevrolet SUV and the other continued to engage with security. A woman then urged the second man to join the first in the vehicle. It was at this point that the driver brandished a firearm and opened fire on security and the deputies from within the SUV.

Despite the presence of several bystanders, four people, including security personnel, were hit by the gunfire. The deputies, however, were unharmed. Two of the victims were rushed to the hospital for surgery but are expected to recover. The other two victims received treatment at the scene and are also anticipated to be okay.

Authorities have a detailed description of the suspects and are actively working to locate them. The investigation into this case is ongoing.