At White Palace Grill, a fight and gunfire, but no one hurt

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White Palace Grill.

Two men got into an argument and started shooting at each other Saturday morning at the White Palace Grill — a 24-hour diner at 1159 S. Canal St. in the South Loop that’s been operating since 1939 — but amazingly no one was hurt, according to the police.

But the all-hours diner suffered some damage from the gunfire, which happened around 6:30 a.m, according to the police, who said both men ran away.

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