Mass Shooting at a Bank in Downtown Louisville
At least five people, including the gunman, have died after a mass shooting at a bank in downtown Louisville. The shooter opened fire in a conference room around 8:30 am this morning. The FBI is already on the scene to assist in the investigation, acting as a backup for the police, and they may help them with evidence. President Biden has been briefed on the events, and two police officers were shot, with one in critical condition and one fighting for their life.
senior investigative reporter, Aaron Kutchersky, along with ABC News contributor, former NYPD Chief of Detectives, Robert Boyce, and former FBI Agent, Brad Garrett, provided expert analysis on the situation. Governor Annie Beshear called the shooting horrific and became emotional during his address upon revealing that he knows some of the victims. The governor added that our minds and bodies are not meant to go through this.
The Aftermath for the Victims
Brad Garrett, based on his experience investigating cases similar to this, was asked about what it’s like for the aftermath for the victims. However, due to the sensitivity of the topic, his response is not included in this report.
Mass Shooting at Old National Bank in Louisville, Kentucky Leaves Five Dead
At least five people are reported dead after a mass shooting at Old National Bank in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. The shooting occurred at the bank’s location on Main Street.
Old National Bank CEO Jim Ryan is on his way to Louisville and has stated that the safety of employees and everyone served in their banking center locations is of paramount importance. The company is providing employee assistance support and keeping everyone affected by the tragedy in their thoughts and prayers.
At this time, it is believed that the shooting was an act of workplace violence rather than an act of terror or targeted violence towards the bank or individuals at the bank. However, further details have yet to be revealed.