1 dead, 2 hurt in shooting at DC carryout

D.C. police say one person is dead, and two people were wounded in a shooting at a Chinese food carryout restaurant in northeast Washington.

The shooting was reported just after 9:15 p.m. Wednesday inside the Yeung Fong Carryout in the 1700 block of North Capitol Street.

Officials say two men were hospitalized after they were found by first responders with gunshot wounds inside the restaurant. Originally, police said both men died overnight. However, investigators now say one of the men died, and the other remains hospitalized with critical injuries.

 A third man was also hurt in the shooting. Police say he walked into a nearby hospital with gunshot wounds later in the night Wednesday. 

Both injured victims are in critical condition. 

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An employee who works at Yeung Fong Carryout told FOX 5 she heard more than 10 shots fired inside the restaurant. Images from inside the carryout showed blood on the floor of the restaurant.

Assistant Chief of Patrol Services South Ramey J. Kyle said the shooting remains under investigation. No suspects or motives have been identified at this time. 

This is a developing story. Check back with FOX 5 for updates.