Two gunmen stormed a Cincinnati, Ohio, area home last night and started shooting, interrupting a gender reveal celebration for a mother-to-be inside.
The tranquility was shattered around 11:30 p.m. when police responded to shots fired at the home where the party was held.
According to police, people at the party were watching a movie when two people walked in and began shooting.
A woman called 911 and said she was sitting outside the house in her auto when she saw two men go in.
Officials said three children are being treated at Cincinnati Children's Medical Center. One adult woman was pronounced dead, and among the eight injured was a pregnant woman who lost her baby after she was shot in the leg.
WCPO reported that one woman was sitting in her vehicle when the shooting happened.
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One victim is in critical condition, three are in fair condition and one is in stable condition according to the hospital.
Police tape hangs across a street in front of a crime scene. The shooter or shooters ran away and haven't been caught.
"These are the nights that you look back on and you regret that they ever happened", Colerain Township Police public information officer Jim Love said.
"You're hoping that there won't be situations like this".
There is neither a name nor a description of the suspect, Love said, adding that a motive is unknown.
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