1 Dead, 4 Injured In Bowling Alley Shooting

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Updated: 4/18/2013 9:03 am
 Police are trying to piece together what happened at a Lexington bowling alley after a shootout left one person dead and four others injured.
 Police said hundreds of people were at the Eastland Bowling Lanes just before 12 a.m. Sunday when the shooting started.
 Five people were shot.
 One victim later died at the University of Kentucky hospital.
 Police said it appears people were shooting inside and outside the building.
 Employees at the bowling lane locked themselves in a walk-in freezer to escape the shooting.
 Police are going over surveillance video from the business, hoping it will help them track down suspects. 
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