Early on Sunday, gunfire erupted outside a Philadelphia nightclub, injuring at least six people, according to officials, FOX29 Philadelphia reports.
Around 3:30 in the morning, the Trilogy nightclub received many calls reporting gunfire.
According to authorities, a drive-by gunshot appears to have injured at least six ladies. The victims were sent to nearby hospitals, where one is still in serious condition. Apparently stable are the other five.
The number of victims may have increased to two more, according to the police, making a total of eight.
A man with a gunshot wound entered Temple University Hospital shortly after the shooting. He was reportedly quite drunk when the shooting started and was unable to recall his whereabouts.
Surveillance footage from a neighboring petrol station also showed the presence of a seventh lady. She reportedly rode in a car with a man who was covered in blood, according to the police. New Jersey’s license plate was on the automobile.
Police are investigating whether any further people with comparable injuries have been admitted to hospitals in New Jersey.
Police have not made any arrests and no weapons have been recovered.