One person was killed and at least six others, including three children, were hurt after a shooting at a gender reveal party in southwestern OH on Saturday night, according to the Colerain Township Police Department.
Authorities were searching for the assailant or assailants, who fled after shots rang out at a home about 11:30 p.m., the station reported.
According to police, people at the party were watching a movie when two people walked in and began shooting.
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According to a report by Fox News, officials said two men wearing all black opened fire at the gender reveal party.
WCPO said the children shot, ages 2, 6 and 8, were taken to Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and their injuries aren't considered life-threatening.
One victim, a pregnant woman who was not identified, told FOX 19 she was shot in the leg, and suffered a miscarriage.
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All of the victims were family and friends gathered for the party, police told WLWT.
Jim Love, a spokesperson for the police told WCPO that police are tracking down several leads.
Police did not say whether the two men were suspects, and were still investigating a motive for the bloodshed. The Cincinnati Police Criminal Investigations Section assisted Colerain with processing evidence in the home overnight.
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"You're hoping that there won't be situations like this", Love said.