Kentucky Gov. BeShear speaks after Lousiville mass shooting #Shorts

Four people were killed and eight were injured during a shooting in Louisville's downtown area at Old National Bank, police said. The suspected shooter is also dead.

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Officers responded to reports of shots fired at Old National Bank around 8:30 a.m. Monday morning, Louisville Metro Police Deputy Chief Paul Humphrey said at a press conference. Within three minutes of being dispatched, officers arrived on scene and encountered the suspected shooter firing shots, Humphrey said.

Officers exchanged gunshots with the suspect, who died at the scene, he said. At least two officers were shot during this exchange, Humphrey said. "We're trying to confirm if that suspect died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound or was killed by officers at this time," Humphrey said.

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  1. Thank You Gov. This is a shame and it makes me wonder what is wrong with people today. It is the peoples fault not the guns. I have had guns for years and they have never hurt nobody.

    1. @Frank Mackey idk where around here is 🤷‍♂️ and ik that’s the point of my name, it’s not supposed to make sense

  2. He’s hurt and friggin angry. He can’t unload just yet on the repugnacants being responsible for another assault rifles mass murder.

    1. Oh but if it’s Christians that were killed. And a Trans, that pulled the trigger, you will 180 so fast, you could be in Nascar

  3. Maybe someone will do something now that it hits home on one of these political asshats. I’m sorry to hear of your lose. Hopefully God or aliens come to help. Because they seem more likely to help then our government

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