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Man fatally shot outside Queens nightclub

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Police say man was shot and killed outside a Queens nightclub and another man was stabbed. 

Authorities arrived outside the Flavor Lounge on Hillside Avenue in the Richmond Hill section around 3:30 a.m. on Sunday and found 36-year-old Kwasi Olatunji, of Brooklyn with gunshot wounds to his torso.  

Olatunji was taken to Jamaica Hospital where he was died. 

The 27-year-old victim sustained a stab wound to his leg and was hospitalized in stable condition. 

Police did not know what caused the incident and have made no arrests.

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