News: Five People Wounded At E-40 Concert, Shootout Left Fan In Critical Condition
Saturday, Dec 27, 2008 4:47PM
Five people have been wounded by bullets following a sold-out E-40 concert last night (December 26) in Colorado.
According to The Denver Post, a shoot-out occurred at downtown Denver's Club Vinyl around 2 a.m. as fans were exiting the venue. Police report that a group of unspecified individuals opened fire on the victims which led to them being rushed to Denver Health Medical Center.
"There was a guy down here who was bleeding like crazy," local security guard Kendall Davis told Post. "They need to do something about that club with innocent people being shot."
As of now, the hospitalized victim remains in critical condition and no suspects have been named yet.
In related news, E-40's new album The Ball Street Journal is currently in stores and features appearances by Too Short, Snoop Dogg, Akon, Bun B, Game and more.