Two 16-year-old McDonald's workers are shot 'by women who flew in to a rage and opened fire after being told the dining area was closed because of coronavirus restrictions'

Two teenage McDonald's employees have been shot in an Oklahoma City restaurant after a woman opened fire when she was told she couldn't eat in the dining area due to coronavirus restrictions.   
A violent altercation ensued when two female suspects were informed by staff that dining in wasn't allowed.
The pair refused to leave the restaurant, and a scuffle broke out before one of the women allegedly drew a gun on the 16-year-old employees. 
The attacker reportedly shot one in their left arm and the other in their right shoulder during the 'melee that ensued', Oklahoma City Police Lt. Michelle Henderson told CNN.
The two shot employees, both 16-years-old, are reportedly recovering in hospital with injures that are not believed to be life threatening after the incident at the Oklahoma City McDonald's, pictured above
The two shot employees, both 16-years-old, are reportedly recovering in hospital with injures that are not believed to be life threatening after the incident at the Oklahoma City McDonald's, pictured above

The firearm is believed to have been a nine millimeter pistol from which three rounds were fired, officers told Fox 25.
Police were scrambled to the SW 89th and Pennsylvania Avenue McDonald's at 6:22pm on Wednesday evening, a spokesman confirmed. 
The two shot employees, both 16-years-old, are reportedly recovering in hospital with injures that are not believed to be life threatening (file photo)
The two shot employees, both 16-years-old, are reportedly recovering in hospital with injures that are not believed to be life threatening (file photo) 
A third employee is understood to have suffered a gash to the head when she fell and collided with store furniture. 
The two shot employees were taken to hospital with injures that are not believed to be life threatening.  
Two female suspects matching witness descriptions are being held in custody after police detained them a few blocks away from the McDonald's. 
Police have not named the women but Capt. Larry Withrow of the Oklahoma City Police Department told Business Insider the suspected shooter is 32 years old. 
Official Oklahoma guidelines from Governor Kevin Stitt state that restaurants can stay open but that all dine-in areas must remain closed in a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus. 
Two 16-year-old McDonald's workers are shot 'by women who flew in to a rage and opened fire after being told the dining area was closed because of coronavirus restrictions' Two 16-year-old McDonald's workers are shot 'by women who flew in to a rage and opened fire after being told the dining area was closed because of coronavirus restrictions' Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 07:25 Rating: 5

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