Twelve people were wounded early Sunday when at least one gunman opened fire in a crowd on the Riverfront in Peoria, Illinois, police said.
Peoria Police Department spokesperson Amy Dotson said none of the injuries were considered to be life-threatening. Officers responding to the incident at about 4:42 a.m. local time found a gathering of about 200 people, Dotson said.
Two of the victims were transported by an ambulance to an area hospital; the others were transported by private vehicle, Dotson said. Two people were in serious condition with gunshot wounds to the neck, she said.
No arrests had been made, and the investigation was continuing, she said.
Peoria, a city of more than 110,000 on the Illinois River, is about 150 miles southwest of Chicago. The Peoria Riverfront features art galleries, music venues, specialty shops and restaurants.