One killed in Kentucky supermarket shooting - local media
(Reuters) - At least one person was killed and there were multiple other victims after a shooting at a Kroger Co supermarket near Louisville, Kentucky, local media reported on Wednesday. A reporter for WDRB News said she spoke to a witness of the shooting who said a woman was killed by gunfire at the grocery store. The shooting was reported around 3 p.m
(Reuters) - At least one person was killed and there were multiple other victims after a shooting at a Kroger Co
A reporter for WDRB News said she spoke to a witness of the shooting who said a woman was killed by gunfire at the grocery store.
The shooting was reported around 3 p.m. EDT (1900 GMT) at the grocery store in Jeffersontown, about 15 miles (24 km) from downtown Louisville, according to CBS affiliate WLKY-TV. The total number of victims and their conditions were not immediately known.
A person was taken into custody following the shooting, local media reported.
A Jefferstown police spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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