Heavy shooting was witnessed at Arkansas nightclub, USA on Saturday morning around 2:30 A.M. local time. Little rock police said in a statement that 28 people are injured and believed to be stable. The police has also said that they do not believe the shooting to be terror-related. Little rock police chief Kenton Bucknor said that a dispute broke out in a nightclub and led to gunfire.
#UPDATE 28 injured in the W 6th Street Shooting, 25 from GSW's and 3 from unrelated injuries. At this time, ALL are expected to survive.— Little Rock Police (@LRpolice) July 1, 2017
Moreover, all the people injured in the gunfire are expected to survive.
ATF Little Rock Field Office special agents are on scene to assist @LRpolice partners after the early morning shooting incident.— ATF HQ (@ATFHQ) July 1, 2017
#UPDATE our victim in the mass shooting that was critical has been upgraded to STABLE. Please call MC with info at 371-4660.— Little Rock Police (@LRpolice) July 1, 2017
The youngest person shot is 16-years old.One person was initially listed in critical condition, but later updated to stable, according to cops. Buckner added it was too early to provide details about the suspect but that it was possible there could be multiple suspects."
#UPDATE as of now ALL 17 confirmed shooting victims are alive. We will provide additional updates as needed.— Little Rock Police (@LRpolice) July 1, 2017
Certainly during incidents such as this, emotions are very high. We need to be very careful with our words," Buckner said. "This is a blip on the map that we certainly didn't need, considering the history that we've had over the past week."
We do NOT believe this incident was an active shooter or terror related incident. It appears to have been a dispute at a concert.— Little Rock Police (@LRpolice) July 1, 2017
Police are investigating a shooting at the Power Lounge 220 W 6th, multiple victims, no suspect information is available. PAO on the scene.— Little Rock Police (@LRpolice) July 1, 2017