Cincinnati nightclub shooting: One killed, 14 injured

Posted March 28, 2017

One person has been killed and at least 14 injured in a shooting at a nightclub in Cincinnati, Ohio, police said.

"Several local men got into some kind of dispute in the bar, and it resulted in shots being fired by several people, said Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac". "It's going to be a long night for our homicide units to investigate".

Cameo will remain closed until both an internal and a police investigation are completed, the club's owner said Sunday. "But just a lot of chaos, obviously, when the shots went off - people just trying to get out of the way, get out of harm's way".

Mateen killed 49 people in the deadliest mass shooting in United States history.

As for the club's security, police say it's up to the club to keep everyone safe. "But it appears as though there was one shooter, not terrorism-related".

Capt. Kimberly Williams said there had been "multiple problems" at the nightclub on previous occasions.

"Saturday night, it is a very young crowd", Williams said. Police estimated there were more than 20 shots, sending club patrons diving to the floor or scrambling away from a chaotic and terrifying scene.

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On June 12, 2016, Omar Saddiqui Mateen, 29, opened fire inside a gay nightclub in Orlando where at least 49 people were killed and more than 50 were injured. Spikes was a father and junior college student who came to the club often, they said.

Eight of the victims were taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center; one victim was in critical condition, three were in serious condition, and four were stable.

"This is the highest amount of casualties I've ever been aware of in a shooting", said Cincinnati Fraternal Order of Police President Daniel Hils, a lifelong Cincinnati resident who has worked in the law enforcement field for about 30 years. "Numerous witnesses fled, but everyone that we can identify is being interviewed", he said.

Cameo was the site of two shooting investigations in 2015, local news station WLWT reported.

In a news conference, the Cincinnati Police Chief claimed that there were "multiple shooters" stemming from the cause of the incident.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich said he has instructed administration officials to offer assistance to investigators.