Shots fired outside Seattle nightclub

SEATTLE — Seattle police say two shots were fired outside a University District nightclub after a fight broke out early Thursday.

Police say the disturbance between two groups erupted in the parking lot as people were leaving Club Fusion at closing around 2 a.m. No injuries were reported.

A dark blue Suburban circled the parking lot as one of the occupants discharged pepper spray. A man inside the SUV later fired two shots into air as the vehicle left the scene.

Police officers were not able to locate the SUV.

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