DELLSLOW \u2014 Multiple shots were fired early this morning at an after-hours club outside of Morgantown. It appears there were injuries and what appears to be blood stains in the parking lot of The Exotic Life club, but the Monongalia County Sheriff\u2019s Department has not yet released details. Officers were still on the scene at mid-afternoon.\r\n\r\nDavid Helmick, who lives next door to the club, told MetroNews he was awakened early Saturday morning by gunfire.\r\n\u201cI heard gunshots about 4:30 or 5 o\u2019clock this morning,\u201d Helmick said. \u201cThey were fighting all night long. They were cussing and hollering and trying to get into fist fights.\u201d\r\n\r\nHelmick said he thought he heard as many as 16 shots in rapid succession. He said he immediately called 9-1-1.\r\n\r\nVic Soloman, whose family owns the building, said they recently leased the property to several individuals from out of town. He added that according to a Facebook post by one of the lessees, there was to be a gathering at 3 a.m. Saturday at the club for a memorial for a friend.\r\n\r\nThe shooting brought out multiple police agencies. The Monongalia County Sheriff\u2019s Department responded to a disturbance call at 5:39 a.m. The call changed to a shooting at 5:42 a.m., according to MECCA 911.\r\n\r\nMorgantown, Westover, Star City and Granville police departments also responded to assist, as did Brookhaven Volunteer Fire Department, Mon Health EMS and Health Team EMS.\r\n\r\nThe call was cleared and the road reopened at 9:13 a.m., a MECCA 911 supervisor said.