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Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old former EMT, was shot and killed by Louisville, Kentucky, police officers after they allegedly executed a search warrant of the wrong home. Breonna Taylor and her boyfriend Kenneth Walker were sleeping inside their Springfield Drive apartment on March 13.
Taylor worked for Louisville Metro Emergency Medical Services as a licensed EMT for two hospitals. Walker, 27, was about begin his new position with the postal service. Taylor was accused of accepting USPS packages for an ex-boyfriend who police were investigating as an alleged drug trafficker and used her address, according to the warrant. With protests ongoing five months later, her mother said "this moment is bigger than Breonna.” Donate
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Louisville, Kentucky----- Two police officers were shot in Louisville, Kentucky during protests reacting to the Breonna Taylor case announcement, both were taken to the hospital. One officer is “alert and stable” and the other is in surgery, according to the interim police chief Robert Schroeder. Both are expected to recover. Schroeder said police had a suspect in custody.
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