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Vince Neil Cuts Set Short Over Active Shooter, One Person Shot

Vince Neil was forced to cut his set at the Oklahoma State Fairground short on Saturday night (September 23) due to an active shooter. Neil shared via X (formerly Twitter), "At a concert in Oklahoma City Crazy night last night. 3/4 of the way thru the set people started running. We were told to get in dressing room. There were shooters shooting people. Thank you fans for your understanding."   Neil issued a second X post sharing police details from the active shooter incident. His post stated, in part, "Fairgoers reported people running and quickly exiting the fair following the gunshots. One witness said people were stampeding and children were crying in the confusion." He concluded with, "Thankfully we are all okay! Thanks to everyone who came out. Please stay safe! #OklahomaStateFair."   According to Oklahoma City's KWTV News 9, one person was shot in the incident, and they are in critical condition. Two people were taken into custody following the shooting. Oklahoma City Police Capt. Valerie Littlejohn told the press, "It's very early on in the investigation, and we're still trying to determine what happened." KWTV News 9 noted the Oklahoma State Fair prohibits guns and has detectors at the fair entrance. It is still unknown how a firearm was able to get by security. The Oklahoma State Fair reopened for its final day on Sunday (September 24). [select-gallery gallery_id="386250" syndication_name="motley-crue-their-40-best-songs-ranked" description="yes"]

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