Costa del Sol shooting leaves four injured

SHOOTING: Two men and two women have been transferred to the Hospital Costa del Sol SHOOTING: Two men and two women have been transferred to the Hospital Costa del Sol FILE PHOTO: 112 Andalucia

EMERGENCY services have confirmed that four  people suffered gunshots wounds in an attack on an erotic massage and adult entertainment club in Marbella on the Costa del Sol.

The 112 emergency call centre for Andalucia received a call at around 9.00 am saying  there had been shots fired in the area of the club located on Calle Victor Chayón Ohayon Taplero, and that several people needed medical assistance.

Health officials have confirmed that two men (aged 23 and 35) and two women (aged 30 and 31) have been transferred to the Hospital Costa del Sol.

One of the injured is in intensive care with four shots distributed between the thorax and the abdomen.

The other three injured remain under emergency observation with bullet wounds legs or stomach

National Police are investigating the circumstances that led to the attack.

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