Dead, 14 Injured After Cincinnati Nightclub Shooting

15 people shot, 1 killed at Cincinnati nightclub

He said hundreds of people were in the Cameo nightclub when the shooting broke out.

"Twelve to 17 shots, sounded like bombs, said Sherell, who declined to give her last name". Only one body was removed this morning, around 6 a.m., and the AP reported that the The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was at the scene.

Two were taken to The Christ Hospital; both had minor injuries and were in stable condition. Some of the victims drove themselves to area hospitals, police said.

"There was a shooting here this morning around one o'clock in the morning", Franz said. The chief is urging witnesses to come forward and cooperate with the investigation.

Isaac said the nightclub had metal detectors, or wands, but wasn't required to by law.

Some police were already on scene because the club pays off-duty police to provide security outside of the venue.

A little after 1am on Sunday, a witness told investigators he heard the club's DJ call for security for about 10 minutes. Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac said a dispute erupted inside the club located at 4601 Kellogg Avenue before shots were fired by multiple suspects.

Police do not have any suspects in custody, and do not know if the shooter was among the wounded.

Sunday's shooting was one of the largest he had seen in his more than 20 years with the department, Neudigate added.

Several city leaders pledged to try to find a way to prevent such violence, while acknowledging such violent outbreaks have continued to occur across the country.

He added that the community must "come out like you've never come before" and that we can not continue losing children, mentioning the January shooting death of 9-year-old Alexandrea Thompson in Mount Auburn. Mayor John Cranley pleaded for anyone who had information about the rampage to notify police. They said the nightclub has a history of gun violence. He had reportedly said that he had shot two Iranians after shooting the Indians.

Police ruled out the possibility of a terrorist attack. Saunders said he was unaware of any foreign visitors wounded in the club.

"People were running, trampling, stepping over us, everything".

CINCINNATI, Ohio (CNN) - One person was killed and 14 others injured during a shooting at a nightclub.

On Oct. 1, 2015, Christopher Sean Harper-Mercer went on a deadly shooting rampage at an OR college, in which nine people were killed and nine others injured.



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