Authorities say two men opened fire on a party where a pregnant woman revealed her child's gender, killing one person and wounding eight, including the expectant mother and three children.
The shooting took place in Colerain Township Saturday night around 11:30 p.m. Police were called to a residence in the 9900 block of Capstan Drive, near Northgate Mall. The condition of the victims has not been released by police, but WCPO-TV reports that the injured children do not have life-threatening injuries. Three of those shot were children.
One victim was pregnant but lost her baby after being shot in the leg, she said.
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The wounded victims were transported to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. The others were in stable condition.
Police were able to obtain an order from a judge to search and control the home, Love said. One witness told a 911 operator that two men came in, starting shooting, and then left.
Witnesses told police they saw the two gunmen run out before driving away in a vehicle. I was sitting in my vehicle.
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"They didn't see me", she said. Then, they ran off into the night.
WLWT reported that Jim Love of the Colerain police has no idea what motivated the men to start shooting at a gender reveal party. Cincinnati police crime scene investigators have been called in to help with the investigation.
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