Jul 10, 2017, 0:39
One woman was killed and eight others-including three children-were wounded at a gender reveal party in OH on Saturday night, and police have yet to arrest any suspects.
The shooting happened about 11:30 p.m. Saturday in Colerain Township, a suburb northwest of Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
A woman who called 911 was sitting in her vehicle outside her house when she saw two men enter the home where the shooting unfolded.
The woman was shot in the thigh and was receiving treatment for her injuries, the paper said, citing local police.
The pregnant woman told multiple media outlets she lost her baby after being shot in the leg.
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.
"Connie and I are thinking of everyone affected by this senseless gun violence in Colerain Township Saturday".
Police tape hangs across a street in front of a crime scene.
No arrests have been made, and no information related to the suspects has been announced by police.
"You're hoping that there won't be situations like this", said Love.
Witnesses told police they saw the two gunmen run out before driving away in a vehicle. Spokesman James Love says the motive for the shooting is unknown.
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