In Ohio, the unknown opened fire in a nightclub

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Nine people were injured in a shooting at a nightclub in Columbus (Ohio, USA), according to local police.

“16 April 2017 at about 03:20 in the club J&R Party Hall, a scuffle started, unknown, or a group of individuals opened fire inside the establishment. As a result of firing five women and four men received injuries of varying severity — from minor to life-threatening”, — is spoken in the police message on Twitter.

**2nd UPDATE on 9 people shot this am: Report info anonymously-CPD:645-4141. Dozens were at this gathering. We need people to come forward.

— Columbus Ohio Police (@ColumbusPolice) April 16, 2017

Affected people ranging in age from 20 to 33 years, Two taken to hospital in critical condition, reports The Daily Beast.

The interrogation of witnesses and victims has not helped in the investigation of the incident, the suspects have not yet been determined. Police are asking witnesses to submit any details, guaranteeing anonymity.

March 25 at Las Vegas (Nevada, USA) the unknown made a fire in the bus. The result was injured two people, both hospitalized, but later one of them from the received wounds has died in medical institution. The shooter surrendered and was taken into custody.