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2 dead after shooting at Louisville Gas & Electric Company

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Police are responding to reports of a deadly shooting at the Louisville Gas & Electric building at 4664 Jennings Lane. At least two people are dead.

According to LMPD Police Chief Robert White, an employee shot his supervisor and then turned the gun on himself. White says said both men were working today and that they worked in the same office.

LG&E spokeswoman Chris Whelan had few details about the deaths, saying only that the families were being notified.

The center in southeast Louisville is used to dispatch crews for work at substations and some gas operations.

The deaths bring the number of people killed in Louisville on Tuesday to four.

We'll continue to update this story throughout the day.

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