Parking lot shootout injures four following Meek Mill show in Delaware

 Police and emergency crews arrive on the scene of a shooting at a local nightclub in Delaware following a shooting that injured four (John Jankowsk/for NewsWorks)

Police and emergency crews arrive on the scene of a shooting at a local nightclub in Delaware following a shooting that injured four (John Jankowsk/for NewsWorks)

Delaware State police are investigating an early morning shooting in the parking lot of a nightclub after a show by hip-hop artist Meek Mill that left four people with non-life-threatening gunshot wounds.

When troopers arrived at the Moodswing Niteclub in Wilmington just before 2 a.m. Saturday, Delaware state police report there were 600 to 700 people in the parking lot trying to get away from the shooting. Troopers were able to clear the scene without further incident.

Officials located two victims suffering from gunshot wounds who were taken to area hospitals. Two others suffering from gunshot wounds were transported hospitals for treatment by friends.

Witnesses said they could hear multiple gunshots by more than one shooter being fired within the crowd that was there to see the popular rapper.

A total of five vehicles were also damaged by the early morning gunfire.

Troopers have no suspects and are trying to find a motive.

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