Three people died after a hit-and-run car crash that took place in front of a gay bar early Sunday morning in Chicago.
It “appears to be intentional,” according to the officials.
The crash took place after an argument inside the Jeffrey Pub turned into a physical altercation on the street.
At one point, one of the parties involved got into his vehicle and slammed it against the group of people who were standing outside the pub.
Officials have recovered the vehicle that rammed into four men outside the bar, but they are yet to find the driver.
The four male victims were admitted to local hospitals.
Three of them died. They have been identified as Donald Huey, 25, Jaylen Ausley, 23, and Devonta Vivetter, 27.
The identity of the single survivor hasn’t been released yet.
Chicago Police Department is investigating the crash.