PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Original Hot Dog Shop in Oakland has agreed to make changes following a fatal shooting outside the landmark restaurant early Saturday morning.

A lawyer for The O, as it’s known, met with the Allegheny County District Attorney following an unfortunate argument that led to gunfire and then a death.

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Zachary Sheridan, a 24-year-old former football player at Slippery Rock University, was shot to death after leaving the hot dog shop around 3:30 a.m. Sunday.

Isiah Smith eventually turned himself in and has been charged with homicide in the shooting. The shooting was captured on surveillance tape.

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The DA’s Office told KDKA, “The owner has been very cooperative. We are confident the restaurant is being operated in a responsible fashion.”

However, the Original Hot Dog Shop “is willing to propose a number of modifications to (their) business practices to create a more secure environment.”

The DA wouldn’t give any specifics on what those changes might be, but the shop is open seven days a week until 3:30 a.m. and they serve beer.

The shooting came less than a year since The O removed the off-duty police officer who used to patrol the restaurant at night.

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