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.
It was a typically "tranquil" summer Saturday in an OH neighborhood as people gathered at an afternoon gender-reveal party that stretched into the night in the Cincinnati area.
When the gunfire ended, one woman was dead and eight other people were wounded, including three children, according to police.
The shooting took place about 11:20pm in Colerain Township inside a home where a gender-reveal party for a baby-to-be had been held earlier that day, reports the Cincinnati Enquirer.
WCPO reported that one woman was sitting in her vehicle when the shooting happened.
The pregnant woman was shot in the leg and suffered a miscarriage.
Local police have not identified a motive for the shooting.
"They were all there for a very positive reason when somebody opened fire", Love told FOX 19.
"He said 'it was just horrific, something that was unimaginable, ' and when he started calling for help, he said ' what am I supposed to say, I've got a lot of people shot". One victim is in critical condition, three are in fair condition and one is in stable condition according to the hospital. There is no word on their condition.
No information was immediately released on what led to the shooting.
This is a developing story.