2 killed, 1 wounded in Minneapolis shooting

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Police say two people were fatally shot and another was injured early Friday at a party in north Minneapolis, local media reported.

The location was described as an after-hours establishment at 39th St. and Fremont Avenue N. in Minneapolis, the Star Tribune reports.

WCCO reports it was a late-night party that got out of hand. Police arrived at about 3 a.m.

No one was yet in custody, police said.

WCCO reports it was two men who were killed and a third victim arrived at Hennepin County Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.

One victim was inside the building and the other was outside, KSTP reported. Both were dead when they arrived at the hospital, KSTP says.

Police say the building had been converted into an "after hours establishment," and there reportedly had been music and drinking and roughly 50 to 100 people at the party, KSTP says.

It was not immediately known if the site was a legal business, KSTP reports. Here's more from the scene:

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