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Man grazed by bullet during shootout in Nashville

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Police say a man was grazed by a bullet during an argument-turned-shootout in Nashville Wednesday night.

The man says he and two friends were talking in his front yard on Haynes Park Court just before midnight.

He says his friends got into an argument, pulled out guns and started shooting at each other.

One of the bullets grazed the man's ankle.

Police say he refused medical treatment at the scene.

There is no word if any arrests have been made.

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