Police have launched a murder investigation after a man was killed at a private party in Surrey.
Officers were called to an address in Church Lane, Headley, at 2.30am today (25 July) after reports of a disturbance, Surrey police said in a statement.
The house is rented out for parties, ITV reported.
Police and ambulance crews found the body of a man in his 30s, who was declared dead at the scene.
Several other people suffered serious injuries at the party.
Police have yet to formally identify the man killed, and will conduct a post-mortem examination to establish the cause of death.
No one has been arrested in connection with the death, police said. Officers remain at the scene but there is "no ongoing risk" to residents near the address.
Nick Woolley, who lives near the property, told Sky News: "There was a very loud private party in a house very close to the church which started at 5pm and I was awoken by very loud music, rap-style.
"I was woken at 2.30am by cars honking their cars, trying to get away from it. It was a very loud party with a DJ which was disturbing anyone near it.
"About 3am a police helicopter was overhead and it was circling for 45 minutes. The village is now swarming with police."
Church Lane has been sealed off by police, while officers conduct their investigation.
Police have appealed for anyone who was at the party to come forward.