Two people with serious injuries were in stable condition Saturday and expected to survive, police spokesman Scott Seroka said. He didn’t know the exact condition of the other seven but described most as having minor injuries.
Police are still looking for the shooter. Seroka expected more information to be released Monday.
Club owner Johann Sfaellos told the Star Tribune it was a typical night with patrons busy socializing and dancing, with no fights until he heard gunshots.
“Suddenly, a person just pop, pop, pop,” he said of the shooter, who he said dropped the gun on the ground and disappeared before security officers found the gun. “The whole thing was surreal. It was out of the blue.”