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DENVER (AP) — The Latest on a Denver shooting and stabbing incident that left one dead and seven others injured at a motorcycle expo (all times local):

5:30 p.m.

An attorney says a Colorado Department of Corrections officer fired his gun during a weekend brawl at a Denver motorcycle show that left one dead and seven others injured.

John C. Whitfield said Sunday that the corrections officer fired in self-defense during the melee. He would not identify the officer but said he was not in police custody as of Sunday night.

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Attorneys for two biker groups are blaming each other for instigating the Saturday afternoon clash. Whitfield says the officer was a member of the Iron Order Motorcycle Club, which is made up mostly of police and military.

He would not say whether the officer fired the fatal shot.

Attorney Stephen Stubbs says the man killed was a member of the Mongols Motorcycle Club.

Police said they have made no arrests. A Department of Corrections spokeswoman did not immediately return calls for comment.

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1:30 p.m.

As police investigate a fight that left one person dead and seven others injured at a motorcycle expo in Denver, representatives of rival motorcycle clubs are blaming each other.

Denver Police Department spokesman Raquel Lopez says she wasn’t aware of any arrests following the Saturday afternoon incident at the Colorado Motorcycle Expo, held at the National Western Complex.

Police Chief Robert White said Saturday that the incident involved members of biker clubs but he declined to identify the clubs.

Police have released few details, including any names.

Attorneys for the Mongols and Iron Order motorcycle clubs each blamed the other for starting the fight.

The Colorado Motorcycle Expo was to continue Sunday, but the city ordered organizers to cancel the event.

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10:20 a.m.

Police are investigating a fight that left one person died and seven others injured at a motorcycle expo in Denver.

Denver Police Department spokesman Raquel Lopez says she wasn’t aware of any arrests following the Saturday afternoon incident at the Colorado Motorcycle Expo, held at the National Western Complex.

Police Chief Robert White said Saturday that the incident involved members of biker clubs but he declined to identify the clubs.

Attorney Stephen Stubbs told The Associated Press that the person killed was a member of the Mongols Motorcycle Club. Stubbs represents the club but would not identify the member.

Police have not released any names.

The Colorado Motorcycle Expo was to continue Sunday, but the city ordered organizers to cancel the event.