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Louisville police official after second mass shooting in a week: ‘This is not okay’
- Louisville Metro Police Deputy Chief Paul Humphrey decried gun violence and pushed for change after the city suffered its second mass shooting in a week. The two incidents have left a total of seven people dead. A shooter killed five people and injured at least eight others after opening fire at Old National Bank in…
Kentucky Governor Delivers Emotional Remarks After Close Friend Killed in Louisville Shooting
- U.S.The Courier Journal
'That's superhuman': Louisville shooting body cam footage shows officers run toward action
LMPD's deputy chief says officers did "exactly what they needed to do to save lives" when responding to a shooting at Old National BankThanks for your feedback!
- U.S.The Evening News and The Tribune, Jeffersonville, Ind.
LMPD releases body-worn camera video of mass shooting
Apr. 11—LOUISVILLE — The three minutes between when Louisville Metro Police officers Nickolas Wilt and Cory Galloway arrive at the Old National Bank building in downtown Louisville and backup arrives feel like an eternity. LMPD officials said Tuesday afternoon that didn't stop the officers from jumping into action when shooter Connor Sturgeon started firing at the pair through the glass doors ...Thanks for your feedback!
- U.S.USA TODAY
Louisville shooting updates: Body camera video shows officers fired at in gunman's 'ambush'
Police Chief Jacquelyn Gwinn-Villaroel confirmed that the shooter was a bank employee and said he legally purchased the gun on April 4. Live updates.Thanks for your feedback!
- U.S.Lexington Herald-Leader
‘Superhuman’ police response to bank shooting saved lives, Louisville officer says
Deputy Chief Paul Humphrey said that among other life-saving actions, a police lieutenant drove one of the ambulances to the hospital because EMS personnel were short-staffed.Thanks for your feedback!
- U.S.The Hill
Louisville police release footage from bank shooting
Police from Louisville, Ky., released the surveillance and body camera footage of the shooting at the bank that left five people dead and multiple others injured Monday. Louisville Deputy Police Chief Paul Humphrey guided the public through the available footage at a press conference on Tuesday. The footage shows officers being fired upon as they were…Thanks for your feedback!
- U.S.Lexington Herald-Leader
Louisville bank shooter waited to ‘ambush’ police after killing co-workers, bodycam video shows
The footage was expected to be released on social media after police first revealed it during a news conference Tuesday.Thanks for your feedback!
- U.S.The Daily Beast
Body-Cam Footage Shows Louisville Bank Shooter Ambushing Cops
Louisville Metro PolicePolice in Louisville, Kentucky, released body-cam footage Tuesday that showed the suspect in Monday morning’s horrific bank office massacre ambushing cops the minute they arrived.The footage captured officers arriving at the Old National Bank building three minutes after workers first reported an active shooter. Connor Sturgeon, who authorities described as a 23-year-old suicidal bank employee who had purchased an AK-15 a week prior, allegedly walked into the building andThanks for your feedback!
- U.S.CBS News
Police release bodycam footage in Louisville bank shooting
Five people were killed and eight others wounded when a bank employee opened fire.Thanks for your feedback!
- U.S.NY Daily News
Bodycam footage from deadly Louisville bank shooting shows cops rushing to the scene as shooter fired
Gunshots rang out moments after Louisville officers arrived at the scene of Monday morning’s mass shooting, where police engaged in a tense confrontation with the gunman, body camera footage released Tuesday shows. One video shows Louisville Metro Police Department officer Cory Galloway approaching the Old National Bank from his patrol car, falling down amid the gunfire, then getting up and ...Thanks for your feedback!
- U.S.Associated Press
Video shows Louisville police under fire from bank shooter
Police body camera video released Tuesday showed the chaotic moments when police arrived at the scene of a mass shooting at a bank in downtown Louisville, as the shooter they couldn't see from the street rained bullets down on them. The videos, taken from two wounded officers' lapels, offer a rare perspective of police officers responding to a massacre that killed five and injured eight others Monday. One, a rookie officer, was shot in the head within minutes of arriving at the scene, as his pThanks for your feedback!