At Least 17 People Injured In Shooting At Arkansas Nightclub But No Fatalities Reported

Miraculously, no one was killed and a critically injured victim's condition has been upgraded.

An early morning assault on an Arkansas nightclub left at least 17 people shot Saturday.

Police in Little Rock say it is likely that multiple suspects are to blame for the shooting, which happened around 2:30 a.m. during a concert by the artist Finese 2Tymes, according to reports.

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Miraculously, no one was killed in the melee.

Among the injured, just one was listed as critical following the shooting, which took place at Ultra Power Lounge. That person's condition has since been ungraded to stable.

"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 PD wrote on its Twitter account overnight. 

Video posted online by a club patron showed that at least two doen shots rang out during a break in the concert.

"One is too many. Seventeen is very alarming and certainly disturbing," Little Rock Police Chief Kenton Buckner told reporters. "Some sort of dispute broke out between people inside... [there are probably] probably multiple shooting suspects." 

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Victims have not been named but range from the age of 16 to the mid-20s, accoriding to reports.

At the time of this writing, police have yet to release information about any suspects.

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