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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- "Oh yeah, everybody hit the deck."
Bullet holes could be seen in the front glass at Buffalo Wild Wings on Tuesday night.
People inside said they were eating dinner when gunshots rang through the restaurant.
Tommy Duk was here from Denmark.
"Just sprint down under the table and after that was a lot of screaming and shocked families with crying children," he recalled.
Witnesses who didn't want to be on camera said they saw a black Chevy Impala or possibly a Pontiac with someone firing shots at the front door as it sped off.
Word is they have a pretty good idea of who the gunman was.
"Some patrons were in there eating. They got into an argument with some other patrons. They left and that's when the gunshots hit," said Lawrence Anderson.
Employees also told us there was another shooting here just two weeks ago.
Police were also called to a domestic dispute at the Applebee's down the road minutes after the shooting.
Some said all of it was just a sign of change in Southwind.