Crime

Cops say the fight started at a strip club. It ended with a shootout on I-95 

A strip club confrontation ends with an exchange of gunfire on an I-95 ramp at Miami Gardens Drive.

Tony Naralus, 38, his relative Windley Noralus, 27, and one of their friends got into a “physical altercation” with another party at The Office Gentleman’s Club, 250 NE 183rd St. in Miami, according to Florida Highway Patrol.

Their fight then moved onto the highway.

The trio got into a gray GMC SUV shortly before 5:30 a.m. and were driving onto the I-95 northbound entrance ramp from Miami Gardens Drive, blocks away from the strip club, when a black vehicle pulled up next to them, said Lt. Alejandro Camacho, agency spokesman.

There was an exchange of gunfire before the black vehicle fled the scene, he said.

Tony Noralus, Windley Noralus and the other man — whose name FHP did not disclose — were taken to Aventura Hospital. Two of them were struck by bullets but the injuries are said to be non-life-threatening, Camacho said.

The I-95 northbound ramps at Miami Gardens drive were closed while police searched the area for evidence.

This article will be updated once more information becomes available.

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