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As many as seven victims are feared dead as police search for a second gunman after a shooting at a bar in Ohio.
Police responded to calls about an active shooter in the area of East 5th Street in the Oregon District on Dayton, according to WHIO-TV.
The the first shooter was killed by police, but authorities fear a second attacker could be on the lose.
A police scanner indicated that there may be as many as seven victims killed and police are searching for a second possible shooter, according to local media.
Police believe the second shooter may have left the area in a dark-coloured Jeep.
Posts from social media suggest the attack happened at Ned Peppers Bar, with customers 'piling on top of each other to get out'.
Police responded to calls about an active shooter in the area of East 5th Street
One witness described the attacker as a 'white man in all black with an AR' who opened fire for 30 seconds 'killing or injuring 10 to 20 people'.
He wrote: 'There was just at terrorist attack out here in Dayton OH. Oregon district. White man in all black with an AR just opened fire for 30 seconds straight, Killing or injuring 10-20 people.'
Local media are reporting that medics at the scene are dealing with 'walking wounded' and a triage area has been set up.
Some of the patients at the scene are said to be critically injured, with fears the death toll could rise.
Officers are also reportedly checking other nearby bars to check if there are any further victims or if the attacker targeted other establishments.
The reported shooting came just hours after 20 people were killed and 26 wounded at a WalMart in El Paso, Texas.
Ned Peppers bar in Dayton, Ohio, where the shooting reportedly happened