Monday morning at 8:38 a.m., a 25-year-old man named Connor Sturgeon walked into the Old National Bank branch in Louisville, KY, and opened fire. He live-streamed the event on Instagram.
Within three minutes, Louisville police were on the scene. According to authorities, police encountered Sturgeon almost immediately and exchanged gunshots. Sturgeon died at the scene — no word on whether police killed him or if he killed himself. Three police officers were wounded, one is in critical condition. Four people were pronounced dead at the scene . Four Old National Bank employees were killed: senior vice president Tommy Elliott, 63, market executive Jim Tutt, 64, senior vice president of commercial real estate Josh Barrick, 40, and commercial banking agent Juliana Farmer, 57. Deana Eckert, 57, died in the hospital.
Eight more people were wounded .
Sturgeon had been informed that he was about to be terminated .According […]
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