BREAKING: Bystander with gun kills restaurant shooter in Oklahoma City

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A suspected gunman was fatally shot by an armed bystander after opening fire on an Oklahoma City restaurant Thursday evening, according to police.

Oklahoma City police said a man with a gun walked into a popular restaurant, Louie’s, near Lake Hefner and shot two people. A bystander with a pistol then confronted the shooter and fatally shot him in the parking lot, according to OKCPD.

The article goes on to state the following:

The two victims, a woman and a female juvenile, have been taken to the hospital but are expected to survive, police said. A man also broke his arm while trying to escape, and a fourth person suffered a minor injury, although police said it wasn’t clear how it occurred.

KOCO NEWS 5 also reported on the incident, with the following additional details:

Family members say a mother and 12-year-old daughter from Mustang were rushed to the hospital with gunshot wounds. One person running from the restaurant fell and broke his arm, officers say, and another suffered a minor injury.

The Oklahoma City Police have provided multiple updates on Twitter, and confirmed that the only fatality is the suspect.

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