One person was killed and at least six others, including three children, were hurt after a shooting at a gender reveal party in southwestern OH on Saturday night, according to the Colerain Township Police Department.
According to WLWT-5, the shooter or shooters fled immediately after the massacre around 11:30 p.m.at a home in Colerain County, leaving behind a scene of total devastation.
Love told reporters there was one or two shooters. The condition of the victims has not been released by police, but WCPO-TV reports that the injured children do not have life-threatening injuries.
One victim told WKRC Local 12 that she was pregnant and was shot in the leg.
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A hospital spokeswoman told FOX 19 two adults were taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center, where one is listed in critical condition and a second is considered serious but stable. Police were called to a residence in the 9900 block of Capstan Drive, near Northgate Mall.
A gender reveal party, where family and friends learn the gender of an expectant mother's baby, was hosted in the home Saturday night, investigators said.
No arrests have been made, and no information related to the suspects has been announced by police. They just started shooting at people, including young children.
Colerain police spokesman James Love said the first officer through the door of the small house encountered a woman dead on the floor.