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One man is dead and another is under arrest after a shooting over a card game in Salt Lake City, police said Saturday.
Up to six people were gathered in an apartment at 1810 S. Main St., said police Sgt. Jeff Webb.
About 6 p.m., a fight erupted during the card game and multiple guns were drawn, said Sgt. Shawn Josephson.
At least one shot hit and fatally wounded a 46-year-old man, Webb said. Police arrived and arrested a man in his 50s, identified as the shooter by the rest of the group. Investigators are also interviewing the other people involved.
Police did not immediately release the names of the suspect or the victim.
Pati Price, who also lives in the building, said the shooting happened in an apartment on the third floor.
Though she didn't hear or see anything, "When I came out I just saw police with rifles."
The building is usually quiet, she said, with many older residents. Though she's never felt unsafe there before, "now I do."