At least five people were killed and six more were hurt in a morning shooting in Louisville, Kentucky, in the United States.
Deputy Chief Paul Humphrey of the Louisville Metro Police Department reportedly told CBS that the alleged shooter has passed away and no longer poses a threat.
The multistory Old National Bank Building, which lies across the street from Louisville Slugger Field, is where the incident took place.
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear announced he was heading to the scene of the shooting, CBS said.
“Please pray for all of the families impacted and for the city of Louisville,” Beshear said.
Earlier in the morning, authorities said there was an “active aggressor” on the 300 block of East Main Street and urged people to stay out of the area.
“Please avoid the area around Slugger Field until further notice,” Louisville Mayor Craig Greenberg said in a tweet. “We will provide information as soon as possible.”
The FBI said special agents had also responded to the scene of the shooting and were assisting other law enforcement agencies.