9 people killed in the Outre-Rhin on Sunday night; suspect not in custody

At least nine people were shot in a mass shooting in Over-the-Rhine on Sunday. Cincinnati police say it happened at the corner of 13th and Main streets around 1:30 a.m. Police say this is where a person fired into a crowd outside a bar Officials said a police officer discharged his weapon while responding to the scene. Police say they don’t know if the shooter was hit, but said the shooter was actively shooting when the officer fired at them. Surveillance video shows the initial panic of many customers along Main Street as gunshots began to ring out. found at the scene at 13th and Main streets. Police say none of the victim’s injuries were life-threatening. Cincinnati police also transported some of the victims in their cruisers while others self-transported to hospitals. It is not yet known to which hospitals they have been taken. The suspect fled, according to the police, and is not yet in custody. The suspect was described as wearing a white shirt and dark pants. Police said officers used flashes to control the crowd following the shooting. Lindsay Swadner, the owner of The Hub in Over-the-Rhine, said she heard 30 gunshots and walked outside where she saw several people with gunshot wounds. Swadner said after that, that’s when the chaos erupted. People started running and finding safety moments after spending an evening with friends and family. The Hub has become a safe haven, with several people running inside to seek refuge and safety. two separate rounds. First you had where it was going ‘bang, bang, bang, bang’, we all start looking around and say, ‘It was over?’ And then you heard ‘bang, bang, bang, bang’ and everyone started running everywhere you could go,” Swadner recalled. “And so we started bringing people in. I made sure everyone was inside, walked up the street to see what had happened and there were, of course, more gunshot victims, I don’t know how many.” She added that among the people seeking shelter inside the Hub was a wedding party. WLWT is told the two shootings are unrelated. We are working to learn more about this incident. If anyone has any information about either shooting, they are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040 This is a developing story.

At least nine people were killed in a mass shooting in Germany on Sunday.

Cincinnati police said it happened at the corner of 13th and Main Street around 1:30 a.m.

According to the police, this is where a person fired into a crowd outside a bar.

Officials said a police officer discharged his weapon while responding to the scene. Police say they don’t know if the shooter was hit, but said the shooter was actively shooting when the officer fired at them.

Surveillance video shows the initial panic of many customers along Main Street as gunshots began to ring out.

All of the victims were found at the scene at 13th and Main Street.

Police said none of the victim’s injuries were life-threatening.

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Cincinnati police gave first aid to numerous victims at the scene, applying tourniquets to the gunshot wounds. Cincinnati police also transported some of the victims in their cruisers while others self-transported to hospitals. It is not yet known to which hospitals they have been taken.

The suspect fled, according to the police, and is not yet in custody. The suspect was described as wearing a white shirt and dark pants.

Police said officers used flashes to control the crowd following the shooting.

Lindsay Swadner, the owner of The Hub in Over-the-Rhine, said she heard 30 gunshots and walked outside where she saw several people with gunshot wounds.

Swadner said after that, that’s when the chaos erupted. People started running and finding safety moments after spending an evening with friends and family.

The Hub has become a safe haven, with several people running inside to seek refuge and safety.

“There were probably about 25-30 shots fired in two separate rounds. First you had where it was ‘bang, bang, bang, bang’, we all start looking around saying, ‘ It was finished? And then you heard ‘bang, bang, bang, bang’ and everyone started running everywhere you could go,” Swadner recalled. “And then we started getting people inside. I made sure everyone was inside, I walked down the street to see what had happened and there were, of course, more gunshot victims, I don’t know how many.”

She added that among the people seeking to hide inside the Hub was a wedding party.

There was also another shooting at the banks earlier on Sunday morning where 2 more people were shot. WLWT is told that the two shootings are unrelated. We are working to learn more about this incident.

If anyone has information about either shooting, please call Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040.

This is a developing story.

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