BREAKING: Mass shooting in U.S. nightclub

About one o’clock this morning in a Cincinnati nightclub, revelers were once again faced with violence and death.

While the investigation is undergoing, police are fairly certain there was only one shooter, but other witnesses say there may have been more than one, and the investigation is ongoing.

At this time, police say it doesn’t look like a terror attack — which is of course immaterial to the victims and their families.

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Per Fox News, Fifteen people were shot and one person was killed at a Cincinnati nightclub early Sunday morning, officials said.

Cincinnati police originally said there were “at least a couple of shooters” who opened fire inside of Cameo nightclub, but later said only one shooter was responsible for the deadly assault.

Assistant Police Chief Paul Neudigate says in a tweet there was only one reported shooter but police are still investigating. 

The motive for the shooting remains unclear, and Neudigate says there is no indication the attack is terrorism related. The shooting occurred around 1:30 a.m.

Local 12 says, Victims were taken to four area hospitals. Eight victims were taken to UC Medical Center. Four are in stable condition, three are in serious condition and one is in critical condition. Two other victims were taken to Christ Hospital with minor injuries and are in stable condition. Two were also treated and released from Bethesda North.

There’s a massive manhunt underway to find the suspect, and we pray that person is brought to justice swiftly — as we pray for the victims.

And we pray this isn’t what it looks like it is…

[Note: This article was written by Michele Hickford]

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