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Fire breaks out at Al's Barbershop in Detroit

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The scene at Al's Barbershop on Seven Mile the night of the fire The scene at Al's Barbershop on Seven Mile the night of the fire
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The Detroit Fire Department says a fire has broken out at Al's Barbershop in Detroit, the location where multiple people were injured and killed in a shooting last month.

Al's Barbershop is located on Seven Mile Road. Gunfire erupted there the night of November 6th. The shooting killed three people and wounded six others.

Detroit Police Chief James Craig had said 20 to 30 people were gambling in a tiny back room at the barber shop, located in a strip mall, when shots were fired from a high-powered rifle through an open back door that night.

Tune in to Fox 2 News and stay with www.myfoxdetroit.com for updates on this developing story.

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