Denver Motorcycle Show Deadly Stabbing Shooting

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What was supposed to be a day of fun inside a downtown Denver motorcycle show, instead became a day of chaos and killing.

According to Denver PD, two rival motorcycle clubs were "possibly" involved in a shooting and stabbing that took place inside the show where about 10-thousand were in attendance.

Raquel Lopez of Denver Police Dept. told media that "during the disturbance there were shots fired and at least one stabbing, we do have one deceased party and other victims, at this time we do not have anyone in custody.".

Although one person was seen walking outside in handcuffs. No arrests were made and police are questioning lots of people.

Injured survivors are under care at a nearby hospital that was placed on lockdown for a while.

According to Denver Paramedics Medical Director, Dr. Kevin McVaney, ''three patients [are] in critical condition and three patients [are] in stable condition."

Sunday's expo was canceled as police try to sort out the motorcycle mayhem.

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