Louisville shooting: Police release 911 calls from Kentucky bank massacre

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In this screen grab taken from the body cam video of Louisville Metro Police Department Officer Nickolas Wilt, fellow Officer Cory Galloway approaches an active shooting situation, with Wilt following behind him, at Old National Bank, in Louisville, Ky., Monday, April 10, 2023. (Louisville Metro Police Department via AP) AP

Louisville shooting: Police release 911 calls from Kentucky bank massacre

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The Louisville Police Department has released the 911 calls from the mass shooting at Old National Bank that killed five people and injured eight others.

The release of the 911 calls on Wednesday comes one day after police investigators released the body camera footage from Officers Nickolas Wilt and Cory Galloway, who were the first responders to the shooting on Monday. Wilt was shot in the head in the confrontation with Connor Sturgeon, the 23-year-old shooter who was a current employee of the bank. Sturgeon was shot and killed by Galloway after exchanging gunfire.

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Police say there was a 9-minute span between the first shots fired by Sturgeon and his death.

The deceased victims of the shooting are Joshua Barrick, 40; Deana Eckert, 57; Thomas Elliott, 63; Juliana Farmer, 45; and James Tutt, 64.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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