Cleveland Party Shooting Today, leaving 1 dead, 17 wounded, police said

Cleveland Party Shooting Today

At least one person was killed and 17 people were injured when gunfire erupted late Saturday following a fight at a party in Cleveland, Ohio, attended by multiple motorcycle clubs, police said.

A 48-year-old man was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds when Cleveland police officers responded to an address in a neighborhood on the city’s east side at about 11:30 p.m. Police said many other victims left the scene in private vehicles and began to arrive at various hospitals.

The shooting happened near East 93rd Street and Way Avenue in the city’s Union-Miles Park neighborhood at 11:30 p.m.
According to Cleveland Police, a preliminary investigation indicates that the shooting involved “two rival groups.”
Police said that a party was held and multiple motorcycle clubs were there.
A fight broke out and some people were ejected from the party. Shots started being fired between attendees and there were multiple shooters, according to police.
Officials said a 30-year-old woman refused to be transported.
The remainder of the victims transported themselves to hospitals throughout the area, according to police.
The name of the person who was killed has not been released.