2 dead in shooting at Cummins Engine plant in southern Indiana
Two people were killed in a shooting at the Cummins Engine plant in Seymour, Indiana. It is believed to be a murder-suicide, according to the Indiana State Police.
Seymour Police Chief Bill Abbott held a press conference and revealed new details about the shooting.
They received several 9-1-1 calls at 8:45 a.m. about a shooting at the plant. There were reports of 2-4 shots fired.
When officers arrived, they found two men deceased on the second floor of the new Tech Center at the plant.
One of the men has been identified, the other man's identification is pending.
Once next of kin are notified, their identities will be released.
Of the two people dead, one is the suspected shooter, according to The Republic in Columbus, where Cummins Engine Company is headquartered.
Governor Mike Pence released a statement about the shooting:
Our hearts go out to the family of the victim of this senseless act of violence at the Cummins plant in Seymour earlier today. We commend local law enforcement for their swift response to this incident and will provide any and all support from Indiana State Police in the investigation.