AT least two people are dead and multiple injured after a shooting at a gay bar in Oslo, Norway last night.

Ten people were rushed to hospital, with three of them in a serious condition. Another 12 victims were being treated at the scene, police said.

The police were notified of the shooting at the London Club at 01.14am.

The attack came hours before the city’s scheduled Pride events.

Police have confirmed they've arrested a person near the scene shortly after the incident.

Oslo’s police Twitter account posted: “Several shots were fired at a nightclub in the center… There are injured people.


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"Several people shot. Two people have been confirmed dead in the shooting episode.

"There are several seriously injured. The police defined the mission as a PLIVO incident."

Witnesses said the bar was packed with revellers and there were between 10-20 shots.

One witness told local media: “I saw a man come in with a bag, he took out a weapon and started shooting.”

Norway's BNN Newsroom tweeted: "The police ask people in the area to move away, to make room for ambulances."

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Oslo University Hospital has been put on red alert as a result of the incident, VG reports.

Pictures showed bloodied clubbers receiving treatment in the street.

Unverified footage believed to be from the scene of the incident shows paramedics treating a man with a head wound.

The man winces as the medic shifts his hair to access his wound, which has led to bleeding across his face.

Other images show streets surrounding the club blocked off by police cars and ambulances and officers appearing to survey the area for evidence.

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Cops said an alleged gunman was under arrest last night. 

There is no word on a motive at the moment.

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