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Police: 25 people shot at nightclub in Little Rock

Police say it appears to have been some sort of dispute.

More than two dozen people were injured in a shooting at a Little Rock, Arkansas, nightclub Saturday morning.

Police there say it happened early in the morning at Power Ultra Lounge. Several shots went off and then club-goers panicked, rushing towards exits. You can see some of that in this cell phone video that CNN has.

Officials say 25 people were hit and wounded by bullets. Three people suffered other injuries – possibly from all the commotion once the shots were fired. Police say everyone is expected to survive, though.

Little Rock police say the incident does not appear to be terror-related. Instead, it appears to have been a dispute of sorts.

As for suspects, the Associated Press reports Police Chief Kenton Buckner told reporters there are "probably multiple shooting suspects." There isn't any other information yet, though.

According to the club's Facebook page, it hosted a concert by hip hop artist Finese 2Tymes Friday night.

Since the shooting, Finese 2Tymes has posted a response to social media.

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