A shooting investigation and crash shut down Columbia Parkway for more than three hours between Torrence Parkway and Kemper Lane early Monday, Cincinnati police said.
Bullets flew from on vehicle into another about 3 a.m.
No one was shot, although initial dispatches indicate a man was shot in one vehicle and moved to another that sped away from the scene.
When police arrived, they found a van riddled with bullets and several shell casings on the ground, said Lt. Tim Brown, the night chief.
A short while later, the driver of the van and a second man showed up via private vehicles at separate hospitals. Their injuries were from the crash, not the shots fired, Brown said.
Police determined bullets began flying on Columbia Parkway after a verbal dispute at a nearby nightclub, Inner Circle, on Kellogg Avenue in the East End.
The shooter remains at large.
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