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A disturbing video captured the moment gunshots were fired inside a bank in Louisville, Kentucky, causing officers to alert the public by shouting “Active shooter at the bank” and evacuate the area.

The police reported that the shooter entered the Old National Bank located in the downtown area of the city on Monday morning, resulting in the death of four individuals and injuring eight others. The police had to shoot the gunman down to end the chaos.

Footage taken from outside the bank shows a police officer sprinting towards the street while the first responders entered the bank to apprehend the gunman.

The officer warned the residents in the vicinity to evacuate the area, shouting “Active shooter at the bank!


Get out of your cars!” According to LMPD Deputy Chief Paul Humphrey, two police officers were injured, one of whom is in critical condition and is currently receiving treatment at the University of Louisville Hospital.

The Louisville shooter is 25 years old named Connor Sturgeon. FOX3 was told he was an employee at the Old National Bank. 5 people dead and 6 injured.

According to reports, the alleged gunman in the Louisville shooting was a 25-year-old named Connor Sturgeon, who supposedly sent a text to a friend before the incident expressing suicidal thoughts and a desire to “shoot up the bank.”

The present status of the other individuals who were injured in the shooting remains undisclosed, and their identities have not yet been revealed by the police.


However, during a press conference, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear shared that one of his friends had lost their life in the mass shooting while another had sustained injuries.

The Governor expressed his grief and tearfully mentioned that he hoped his injured friend would recover.

At present, Governor Beshear and other local officials are making arrangements to reveal additional details regarding the incident during a press conference scheduled for 3 p.m. The police have established a center for family reunification at the Convention Center located in the downtown area.


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