A shooting at a hookah lounge in Las Vegas led to one death and two who are critically wounded.

The Associated Press reports that 14 people were shot in total when someone opened fire on Saturday morning at around 3:15 a.m. It appears that the incident happened during a party when two people started arguing, ending in shots being fired, according to Capt. Dori Koren. The rest of the victims are in stable condition.

”It’s a fairly large scene so it’s going so take some time to go through the entire scene,” Koren said. “We’re not really sure exactly what kind of weapon was used, or exactly if there were two shooters. We believe there was an exchange of gunfire, but we’re still looking into all of [the] information.”

Once arriving at the scene, officers tended to the victims’ wounds with tourniquets and CPR, which Koren said, “definitely made a significance in this case.”

At this point, no one has been arrested for the shooting. Authorities haven’t released a description of the suspect or suspects, and don’t think anyone else is at risk. The shopping plaza where the hookah lounge is located is still taped off so that officers can continue looking for evidence. 

Nevada Rep. Dina Titus took to Twitter to share her condolences. “My thoughts are with the victim, their loved ones, and all those injured in last night’s senseless shooting at a hookah lounge. We must do more to end gun violence.”