HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The state Alcohol Beverage Control Administration has suspended a Huntington bar’s liquor license for at least ten days after two people were wounded in a shooting at the site early Saturday morning.

Shots were fired inside Club 1201 on Huntington’s 4th Ave. around 2:30 a.m. Saturday.  More than 50 people were there at the time.

A woman, identified as Amanda McGinnis, 24, of Raceland, Ky., was shot in the foot while a man, identified as Brandon Jennings, 21, of Huntington, was shot in the chest.  Investigators said both are currently recovering from their injuries.

McGinnis reportedly told police she was on the dance floor when the shots were fired and she fled the bar with several others, only realizing once she was outside that she had been wounded.

Huntington Police said they found no weapons at the bar which used to be called Rehab.

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  • JimJim

    Everyone has a gun, the old west returns. And they all have 2nd amendment rights, and the "Stand Your Ground" law. Thanks NRA, you have helped West Virginia go back 150 years.

    • Larry

      How about people quit going to bars and getting blind drunk, all of these shootings happen at 2 or 3 in the morning, when NOBODY should be up unless they work in a critical, necessary, and needed profession, i.e. a job that is NOT at a nightclub, bar, gambling parlor, etc.

      • JimJim

        It sounds like you learned that in church.

    • Jim's A SorosMouthpiece

      GAAAAWWWWWWWLY-SHUCKS JimJim I have several guns in my gun safe I had better keep it locked or they may get out and run amok one night and shoot us all in our sleep.

      • JimJim

        Do you go out at night, better take one with you.

    • CPA

      What a stupid comment. Try blaming the individuals and not the guns.

      • JimJim

        The only thing that kills faster than an individual, is a individual with a gun.