Woman shot by gunman barricaded inside Soul Devils Motorcycle Club on Detroit's west side

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Plymouth Road closed near Littlefield Street

(video)--DETROIT - A man in his 30s is barricaded with guns inside the Soul Devils Motorcycle Club.

Detroit police have temporarily shut down part of Plymouth Road near Littlefield Street, which is two blocks east of Schaefer Highway.  

Police said the man has fired at least one shot. The bullet grazed a woman's face. She is expected to be OK. She was transported to a hospital. 

Police believe the man has multiple guns. 

This has been ongoing since about 5:15 a.m. Tuesday. 

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