Update: Hazard Police To Hold Press Conference After Deadly Shooting

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Updated: 1/15/2013 9:21 pm
Police plan to hold a news conference after what's being reported as a deadly shooting at Hazard Community & Technical College.

The Associated Press says two people were shot and killed and a teen was hurt Tuesday afternoon in a parking lot a the school.

The AP says a police dispatcher spoke on condition of anonymity because the coroner on site was the only official allowed to be quoted by name.

It says the dispatcher told the AP the injured teen was taken to UK Hospital.

The press conference was set to happen around 9:00pm.

We will have the latest on the investigation during ABC 36 News at 11.

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