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Rapper Doe B and another person have been killed in a shooting that also wounded six others inside a bar and grill in the US state of Alabama, the Associated Press has reported.
Police said the gunfire happened around 1am local time yesterday in the bar and grill in Montgomery, about half a mile from Alabama State University.
Police identified those killed as 21-year-old Kimberle Johnson and 22-year-old Glenn Thomas, both of Montgomery.
They said Ms Johnson was pronounced dead at the scene. Thomas - an up-and-coming rapper known as Doe B - was taken to hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.
A series of large explosions on two natural gas barges lit up the night sky in the US state of Alabama last night injuring three people.
The explosions were captured in this amateur footage:
Firefighters arrived at the scene after the second explosion but decided to let the fires burn themselves out because the situation was deemed too unstable.
The Coast Guard said that the barges were empty and had been docked on the Mobile River for cleaning, and that a safety zone had been established a mile around the fire, Fox News reports.
Three people were hospitalised with burns but information on their conditions was not immediately available.