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Bank Employee Live-Streamed Himself Murdering Five People at His Job in Louisville


Yesterday, an employee opened fire at Old National Bank in downtown Louisville, KY, killing five co-workers and wounding eight others, including a police officer. The gunman, Connor Sturgeon, allegedly used a rifle and live-streamed the massacre on Instagram.

Connor Sturgeon-Photo/CNN

Law enforcement killed the 23-year-old shooter while trying to neutralize the situation. According to the NY Times, the victims are Joshua Barrick, 40; Thomas Elliott, 63; Juliana Farmer, 45; James Tutt, 64.; and Deana Eckert, 57. Some of the eight survivors are reportedly in critical condition, including Louisville police officer Nickolas Wilt, who was shot in the head. The authorities are unclear about Connor's motive. He'd reportedly been with the bank for close to one year. This is a developing story.



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