Two women were shot at a waterpark in Tennessee Saturday night.
According to Soaky Mountain Waterpark, an altercation broke out in the facility’s parking lot just after 8pm and escalated into a shooting.
The victims were taken to area hospitals, however their conditions remain unknown.
Three people were detained in connection to the incident, including the alleged shooter.
Two women were shot at Soaky Mountain Waterpark (pictured) in Sevierville, Tennessee Saturday night after an altercation broke out in the parking lot
Police say the victims were taken to area hospitals in unknown conditions (File photo of Soaky Mountain Waterpark)
As the investigation remains in its preliminary stages, officials said they could not provide any more information about the shooting at this time.
Police hope to share more details with public with on Sunday.
In a statement issued to DailyMail.com, Soaky Mountain Waterpark said: ‘The Soaky Mountain management team is committed to safety and is cooperating fully with the Sevierville Police Department as they further investigate [the] situation.
‘The Sevierville Police Department is overseeing this investigation and will release more information as it becomes available. Because this is an active investigation we cannot comment on it any further.’
Sevierville police did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com’s request for comment.
Soaky Mountain Waterpark is located in the popular vacation town of Sevierville, not far from Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The 50-acre aquatic amusement center features tube rides, tunnels flumes and wave and surfing pools. According to their website, Soaky Mountain Waterpark is a family-friendly facility that held it’s grand opening last month on June 9.
Three people were detained in connection to the incident, including the alleged shooter (File photo of Soaky Mountain Waterpark)
The shooting comes less than two months after Soaky Mountain Waterpark, pictured above, had its grand opening. The 50-acre aquatic amusement center features tube rides, tunnels flumes and wave and surfing pools