At least 17 injured in US nightclub shooting

At least 17 injured in US nightclub shooting
The entrance of the Arkansas nightclub where police are investigating a shooting is cordoned off with police tape. Pic: AP

At least 17 people have been injured in a shooting at a nightclub in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Police said via Twitter that the shooting early on Saturday morning at the Power Lounge appears to have taken place following a dispute at a concert.

Officers said all 17 shooting victims are alive, with one victim who was previously listed in a critical condition now stable

Police do not believe the incident is terror-related, and said it does not involve an active shooter.

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