Cold Crush site of shooting last night that leaves three injured, one critically

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Cold Crush has made a splash since it opened on Upper Larimer in May 2013. We named the art- and music-centric spot one of the ten best new bars of the year and Cold Crush won the Best Hip-Hop Hangout award in the Best of Denver 2014. But now Cold Crush is in the spotlight for a reason no club would want: Last night it was the site of a shooting that left three people injured, one critically. See also: Best Hip-Hop Hangout 2014 -- Cold Crush Michael Roberts has been following the story on the Latest Word blog; you can read the latest here.

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