Motorcycle club altercation leaves 2 dead, 2 injured - WRBL

Motorcycle club altercation leaves 2 dead, 2 injured

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BIRMINGHAM, AL -

Two people are dead after a quadruple shooting in Birmingham Sunday night.

Lt. Sean Edwards confirmed that there was a shoot-out around 10:20 p.m. in the 900 block of Coosa Street, near the Showstoppers Motorcycle Club.

Wilbert Hawkins, 47, of Bessemer was pronounced dead on the scene, while Stevens Bryon Hicks, 48, of Fairfield died at UAB Hospital. Two other people had non-life threatening injuries and are expected to survive, Edwards said.

Police believe the incident followed a verbal altercation between members of two different motorcycle clubs. Shots were fired by several people leading to the injuries.

No one has been arrested in the case. The Associated Press reports that potential witnesses in the area during the time of the incident were not cooperating with the investigation.

If you have any information, call Birmingham police. You can also remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 205- 254-7777.

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