Police said 25 people were shot in Little Rock, Ark., after a dispute broke out at a nightclub concert early Saturday.
All 25 people are expected to survive, police said in a tweet Saturday. Three other people sustained injuries after chaos ensued when gunshots broke out at the concert.
The shooting, which took place at Power Ultra Lounge around 2:30 a.m. local time, does not appear to be terror-related or an active shooter incident, Little Rock police chief Kenton Buckner said.
One person was upgraded to stable condition from critical police tweeted Saturday. The youngest person shot is 16-years-old, Buckner added.
Glass and empty drink cups littered the ground outside the two-story building as police cornered off the block, the Associated Press reported.
One person was in critical condition, but police tweeted Saturday that their condition had been upgraded to stable. The youngest person shot is 16-years-old, Buckner added.
#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
#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
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
The shooting, which took place around 2:30 a.m. local time, does not appear to be terror-related or an active shooter incident, Buckner said.
Other people were injured exiting the club during the chaos, though it was not clear how many were hurt, Buckner said.
Buckner added it was too early to provide details about the suspect but that it was possible there could be multiple suspects.
"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."