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Two Men Shot Outside Bossa Nova Restaurant

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Two men were shot outside Bossa Nova on Sunset and Formosa early yesterday morning, reports CBS News. Both survived, and were treated for injuries.

The first victim was found by cops upon arriving at the scene. He had been shot in the chest, and was taken to Cedars Sinai where he had surgery. The second victim was found by police at a nearby urgent care facility. He had been shot in the back and was being treated.

CBS describes the first victim as a Hispanic male in his 20s. A description of the second victim wasn't available.

According to KTLA, witnesses said the shooting happened after a fight broke out and someone pulled a gun. Sunset Blvd. was closed at La Brea for about four hours following the incident.

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It's not clear what led to the fight. Police have opened an investigation into the incident.