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Popular Cleveland nightclub shut down

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A popular nightclub at 55 Public Square has shut down.

According to a sign posted in the door of Lounge 75, they are closed because they lost their lease.

There was a deadly shooting June 22 near the night club.

Cleveland Police say a fight broke out at closing time and the crowed moved into the street where shots were fired.

As a result of the gunfire two people were shot, a 23-year-old male died from his injures, and a 21-year-old female was shot in the ankle.

There is no word at this time if the closing of the nightclub is connected with what happened last weekend.

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