Five people have been killed in Baltimore so far this weekend after a relative lull in violence to start the year. There had been no gun homicides in the city until Friday night, and since then at least eight people have been shot, four fatally.
It's at least the second shooting incident there that left multiple people injured. In November 2011, four people were shot outside the club, when a gunman opened fire, striking at least two of whom were employees of the club. That shooting occurred at 5:30 a.m., when private security was trying to clear people from the establishment, police said at the time.
The triple shooting occurred at about 5:30 a.m. as people left an after-hours club called Ras-a-Ter International Restaurant and Club at 2103 W. North Ave., said Anthony Guglielmi, the department's chief spokesman.