Monday, 17 April 2017

Photos: Mass shooting in 'After Hours' club leaves 9 injured today #EasterSunday

The party went on into the early hours of Easter morning, before ending in tragedy.
Five women and four men have been rushed to hospital after a shooting at an Ohio after hours club (pictured)
At approximately 3:20 a.m. on Sunday, Columbus, Ohio police were called to the J&R Party Hall, an event space in the city’s South Linden neighborhood. Inside, an argument had led to a mass-shooting that sent nine people to the hospital. Some of the victims are in critical condition, police said Sunday morning.
Following a dispute of an unknown nature, at least one person had pulled out a gun and opened fire on party-goers. 
The bullets struck nine people, who ranged in age from 20 to 33. Most victims were young, in their early twenties. Of these nine victims, two were critically injured and transported to the Ohio State University medical center. The seven others are in stable condition at Grant Medical Center, police reported.
Police have yet to announce any suspects or motives for the shooting.

J&R Party Hall was sealed off with police tape as officers inspected the crime scene after the  in Ohio has left nine people injured, police said
Police were called to the J&R Party Hall on the 1700 block of Cleveland Avenue, in northeast Columbus
Officers at the scene after the shootout which left nine injured - and two in a critical condition
The shootout occurred after an argument broke out inside the after-hours venue at around 3.20am
Nine people, five women and four men, were rushed to a local hospital from the club (pictured) on the 1700 block of Cleveland Avenue, in northeast Columbus 

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