At least two people killed in Kentucky supermarket shooting

Erika Holt
October 26, 2018

Rogers said both the man and woman were shot multiple times.

Jeffersontown is about 13 miles southeast of Louisville.

An armed civilian confronted the suspect and the two exchanged gunfire, which resulted in no injuries.

Cops arrived, and determined that a male suspect entered the store, and opened fire at a male victim, the chief said.

Moments after he shot the woman in the parking lot, the suspect also encountered another man who had a gun.

The witness then repeated himself: "He said, 'Whites don't kill whites'". Initial reports indicated two people were injured.

An emergency medical technician who happened to be at the store when gunfire broke out says he saw a woman hit and went to help her but realized there was nothing that could be done.

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"It's just a very, very scary situation", King said.

"She was gone, there's nothing I could do", Deacon said.

The dispatcher said officers remained at the scene.

"We are shocked and saddened by the shooting incident that occurred around 2:30 p.m. today", Kroger said.

The Jeffersontown Police Department issued a statement Thursday afternoon indicating that it is working in concert with the Louisville Metro Police Department, FBI and ATF to investigate the double murder and "determine any possible motive behind the suspect's actions".

Mayor Greg Fischer said Thursday he's "sick and heartbroken" that two people were shot to death, and says the tragedy "hit close to home".

We are cooperating with law enforcement and assisting with their investigation. "We take pride in our resilient community and know that we will move forward together and not let this incident define us".

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