The shooting took place at 4601 Kellogg Avenue around 1 a.m. on Sunday morning in a Cincinnati nightclub. Hundreds of people were in the club and many of them fled away when the shooting took place. According to the mirror, the shooting happened around 1 p.m., when people were inside. Multiple people have been injured and one person deceased due to this gunfire. The victims were taken to nearby hospitals, some by ambulance and some by their own conveyance. Family members and relatives of the victims arrived at the hospitals after the incident was reported, waiting for the updates from police.

What police has said?

According to Cincinnati Police Chief, “It's a chaotic crime scene. We are in the middle of a very horrific situation that occurred at the nightclub with multiple victims”. "It's going to be a long night for our homicide units to investigate," he added further.

Victims of the incident

After the shootings, the victims have been immediately taken into local hospitals from the Cincinnati Night Club. It is one of the biggest shootings that took place in Cincinnati. Eye witnesses are also in short as people fled away when the shooting took place in the club. Police are currently interviewing the victims available, and collecting as many evidence they can to reach a conclusion.

According to local media the severity of the rest of victim injuries has not yet been released, however, the University of Cincinnati Medical Center said it has received eight patients from the shooting, four of which are in a stable condition, three are seriously injured and one person is in a critical condition.

The investigation is still going on and police have not reported anyone under custody yet with the shooter still on the run as reported by fox news. The reason for the shooting has not been made clear yet.

It has been less than a year when a gunman burst into a nightclub in Orlando, Florida, Killing 49 people.

On the club's official Facebook page, Cameo Club describes Saturday night as a ''grown up and sexy night" for partygoers aged over 21.