UPDATE–The male victim remains in serious condition. The two females were less seriously injured. At this point, investigators believe that all three were injured by ricochets during the gunfire. All three are expected to recover.
Detectives learned that it was a busy night at Expressions with a large crowd. At some point, the club stopped allowing people inside. Detectives also learned that there were two altercations inside the club. It remains unclear, however, if either of these altercations led to the gunfire. Detectives were out recanvassing the scene and checking for any video security footage in the area.  Names probably won’t be released until Monday.  Expressions on club goers were of shock and awe…….

Shots rang out shortly after 1:30 Saturday morning and three people were shot. The shooting took place outside the new Expressions Bar at the corner of Boston and Palisades Ave.

Two women were shot in the leg and man was shot in the chest. He stumbled down Palisades Ave. where he collapsed. He called police from his cellphone first saying all he can see is white house, later identifying house number 55. Police quickly found him on Palisades. The man was concision and breathing when he entered the emergency room

Police found shell casing outside the Chinese restaurant. Witnesses said they heard a burst of about 15 shots, then a second burst of 5 shots before it all ended.

A witness called police that the gunman fled on foot on Ridgefield Avenue with a AK-47 but police referred to it as a rifle at the scene.

Police closed off Boston Avenue from Sheridan Street to Palisades as a crime scene and have begun their investigation.

By Stephen Krauchick

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