Violence at a nightclub is never something to be taken lightly. During the early morning hours of Sunday, January 10th, shots were fired at the TenX Nightclub in Clagary, Alberta.
Video footage of the incident has surfaced online, which shows a white sedan pull up to the entrance of the club and a man gets out of the car, clearly holding a handgun. The man then approaches the door of the venue and opens fire.
CBC reports that Mohamed Elmi, 31, and Mohamed Salad, 29, both of Calgary, each face the following charges: attempted murder, discharge firearm with intent to endanger life, unauthorized possession of a firearm, unauthorized possession of a firearm in a vehicle, possession of firearm with altered or defaced serial number, aggravated assault and pointing a firearm.
"Out of nowhere, we had a little bit of a break in people coming in and I'm standing right by the front door. If I'd been standing two feet in front of where I was standing, I could have been shot, I could have been killed today," said Spencer Wallace, a bouncer at the club who was present during the altercation. "I turned and I see the guy catch it right in the chest. He drops."
As you can see from the video, police arrived on the scene fairly quickly to apprehend the perpetrators. A 38-year-old man has been hospitalized with critical injuries to his torso, but is said to be stable.
You can watch the video below to see the incident unfold.