NEARLY a dozen people were reportedly injured in a "stampede" in Pennsylvania on Sunday.
The "incident" happened at Spooky Nook Sports Center in Lancaster County.
Emergency units, including numerous firefighters and at least a dozen medics, were called to the sports complex, officials said.
Police said there is no evidence of a shooter, and no reported gunshot victims, but it's reported that's what sparked a "stampede."
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WHAT TIME WERE EMERGENCY UNITS CALLED TO THE SCENE?
Emergency units, including numerous firefighters and at least a dozen medics, were called to the sports complex in East Hempfield Township at 2.26pm, the supervisor said.
At least two people were injured after they were trampled by others, according to a local news report.
The East Hempfield Emergency Department said those injured suffered "non-life threatening" injuries.
Lancaster County dispatch revealed there were chaotic scenes at the location.
An argument on court is thought to have led to someone pulling a gun, according to unconfirmed reports.
Multiple people have been injured, according to a supervisor with Lancaster County-Wide Communications.
HOW MANY PEOPLE WERE INJURED?
Up to 10 people have been injured in a mass stampede after a suspected shooting at the Spooky Nook Sports Center.
All injuries so far being reported are for trampled patients, according to unconfirmed reports.
Two patient triage areas are being set up.
Several cops and medical vehicles are at the scene.
WHERE DID THE INCIDENT TAKE PLACE?
A mass stampede took place at the Spooky Nook Sports Center near Lancaster, Pennslyvania.
The incident has been called a level 2 mass casualty.
Spooky Nook has multiple indoor facilities, including 10 basketball courts, 10 field hockey courts, 10 volleyball courts, six soccer fields, a 200-meter indoor track, and a full-sized baseball infield.