— WHIO-TV (@whiotv) August 4, 2019
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Nine confirmed dead and at least 16 injured according to the latest WHIO reports. The shooter is now confirmed dead after he shot at least nine dead and 16 injured.
Here’s part three of the video from Dougie Doug via Chad Baker on Twitter:
#DAYTONShooting —via Dayton Daily News Reporting:UPDATE @ 2:24 a.m.:Police scanner traffic has indicated that there may be as many as 7 dead, and police are searching for a second possible shooter that may have left the area in a dark-colored Jeep. http://snip.ly/c6zz
A shooting with multiple fatalities and several people wounded has occurred at or near Ned Peppers Bar on East Fifth Street in the city of Dayton’s Oregon District. Here’s the latest:
UPDATE @ 2:59 a.m.:
Sources are telling us there are at least 10 people dead and an unknown number of wounded. We’re working to confirm some eyewitness accounts that a person who was denied entry into the bar opened fire.
In a public Facebook post from a person named James Williams: “Sad people are not right. I’m safe. Happened right in front of the patio where I was sitting in front of Neds. The guy in front of Ned Peppers’ door is the active shooter.
“He tried to go into the bar but did not make it through the door. Someone took the gun from him and he got shot and is dead.
“There are at least eight people dead right by the picnic table where I was on the street. A bunch of people taken to the hospital. I don’t know how any… this place is a disaster.”
UPDATE @ 2:24 a.m.:
Unconfirmed reports via police and fire scanners are indicating there may be as many as seven dead and an unknown number of victims wounded in a shooting at or near Ned Peppers Bar, in the 400 block of East Fifth Street.
Those scanner reports, also unconfirmed, are indicating that police are searching for a possible second shooter who may have left the area.
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