During the Monday morning shooting in downtown Louisville, officials said

A gunman killed five people and injured eight others.

Old National Bank across the street from Louisville Slugger Field

The noise of the morning crowd was shattered by gunshots from the building.

The first emergency call came at around 8:30 in the morning and

The police responded within three minutes of being dispatched.

According to Jacqueline Givin-Villaroel, interim chief of the Louisville Metro Police Department,

Responding officers engaged in a shootout with the suspect, 25-year-old Connor Sturgeon, who was shot and killed by police.

He said Sturgeon was an employee of the bank and used a rifle to carry out the attack.

Gwinn-Villaroel said she does not yet know how the gunman obtained the weapon.

She said the attack was livestreamed online. Today, I got hurt,"