Click here if you want to read this article in French.
A shooting at a downtown Louisville bank left at least four people dead and eight injured, according to local police. The alleged shooter "Connor Sturgeon," who also died, was a former employee of the Old National Bank where the incident took place. He identified himself as he/him according to he/him LinkedIn profile.
He was 25 years old and reportedly a former employee of the bank where the shooting took place. He worked at Old National Bank in Louisville for two years.
Among the victims, two police officers are among the injured, one of whom is in critical condition. The shooting is the 15th mass killing in the United States this year, just two weeks after the deadly attack at a Christian elementary school in Nashville.
Louisville police arrived at the scene while shots were still being fired and exchanged fire with the shooter. It is still unclear whether the shooter committed suicide or was killed by police. Authorities are still investigating the shooter's connection to the bank.
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, who lost friends in the attack, expressed his sorrow and called the incident "horrific." He also praised the heroic response of police officers, whose actions saved many lives.
The 15 mass shootings this year mark a disturbing trend, with the number of incidents in the first 100 days of a calendar year the highest since 2009. The deadliest years for mass shootings were 2019 and 2022, with 45 and 42 recorded incidents, respectively.
Do you still want to stay in touch with us?
1. Subscribe to our Telegram channel.
2. Support us, as you can on Ko-fi or Patreon
It will help us a lot to employ a lot of writers, to write for us on the same style of article that you like so much.
We can't respond to individual comments, so please do not leave any personal information
The Bloggors Blog shows you just what you need to do when it comes to communication and how you ought to improve to be the best version of yourself. However, we are not responsible for any disputes you may have when putting our advice into practice, although this doesn't want that our articles are not correct or safe. All our articles have been written by authors who are experts in their field. Some of his solutions may work for others and may not work for you.