BROOKLYN - Police are revealing that there were three different firearms used during a deadly wake shooting in East Flatbush. 

Gunfire erupted outside the Emmanuel Church of God Monday night, killing Sharieff Clayton, of the Bronx, and Ronald Murphy, of Brooklyn. Four other people were wounded. 

The NYPD says it has a lot of information coming in about the shooting. Detectives are currently sifting through more than 40 calls made to 911, along with witness accounts from the roughly 150 people who were on busy Flatbush Avenue at the time. 

A representative from the church says that it has nothing to do with the altercation and that services have since resumed as normal.