LOUISVILLE, Ky (WDRB) -- One man was killed and two people were shot in west Louisville Friday night.
LMPD Major Corey Robinson says officers were called around 10 p.m. to the areas of 24th and Magazine Street and 24th and Chestnut.
First division officers found multiple gunshot victims at the scene, including one man who was pronounced dead at the scene.
LMPD officer Beth Ruoff, a spokesperson for the department, said one teenager male was taken to Jewish Hospital by private means before being transported University of Louisville Hospital with a non-life threatening gunshot wound.
Ruoff said the third victim, an adult male, was taken to University of Louisville Hospital in serious condition from gunshot wounds.
Robinson says the scene happened outside a venue space that was being used by a biker club.
WDRB found there were nearly 50 shell casings at the scene. Major Robinson says a lot of people were at the scene at the time of the shooting.
"It's a big scene. It takes up a lot of the 600 block of 24th," Robinson said. "The victims were directly in front of that venue space."
Robinson says the entire first division was at the scene to help.
"The first division officers they are... it put them at capacity. We're short. Everyone is. But the officers are here trying to make sure we can get this thing solved and get the suspects in custody. It's very taxing. So we have to pull resources together. It's a lot, it's stressful. It's stressful emotionally. It's stressful on these people's families that lose their loved ones. It's very tough on everyone in the community. My heart is very heavy right now," said Major Robinson.
There are no suspects in custody, according to Ruoff.
Information on the victims have not been released. This story will be updated.
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