Pyatigorsk: Case initiated following mass fight with shooting
The fight took place in Daki night club located on one of the central streets of the city, Kirov Avenue.
A criminal case under Hooliganism was initiated following the mass fight, which took place on the Friday night outside a night club in Pyatigorsk, Interfax reported citing the press service of the regional MIA Main Directorate.
Citing social networks users, the agency notes than at least 15 people participated in the fight, and shooting was heard.
According to Vestnik Kavkaza, the fight took place in the Daki night club located on one of the central streets of the city, Kirov Avenue.
As reported by Bloknot-Stavropol yesterday, the fight witnesses mentioned 1 dead club visitor, but this information has not been confirmed.
According to several sources, a night club guard opened fire, wounding one of the visitors. Glass was broken in the café, people were evacuated, and there were many police officers at the scene.
Video: Fight in Pyatigorsk
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