MIAMI -- A dispute among gang members at a funeral home sparked a mass shooting that killed two men and injured 12 people, according to Miami-Dade police.

One of the victims, a 43-year-old man, died outside the Funeraria Latina Emanuel, authorities said. The other, a 27-year-old man, died at the hospital.

Among the wounded was a 5-year-old girl who was shot in the leg. She is listed in stable condition.

Jacques Leonet, a photographer for the funeral home, said a viewing for Marvin Andre was just finishing and people had begun walking out when a car drove by and opened fire.

People screamed and took cover. Several were left bleeding on the ground. Others ran back inside, Leonet said. "It was like a war zone," he said.

Andre, 21, of North Miami, was killed March 16 after he tried to jump 22 1/2 feet from the fourth floor of a mall parking garage to escape pursuit from security personnel. He landed on his feet, but then fell back and hit his head, according to Aventura Police spokesman Maj. Skip Washa.

A law enforcement official told the Miami Herald that the shooting involved members of several South Florida gangs. Andre was not part of a gang himself, the official said. Combined news services

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