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Two people shot, another hurt amid chaos outside Signal Hill strip club

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Two people were shot and another was struck by a vehicle early Tuesday outside a Signal Hill strip club, authorities said.

The shooting occurred about 1:43 a.m. in the parking lot of the Fantasy Castle club in the 2800 block of Walnut Avenue, said Lt. Ron Sagmit of the Signal Hill Police Department.

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