A New York state trooper was shot and killed responding to a domestic disturbance call Monday and the suspected gunman was also dead, an official told the Associated Press.
The trooper, who wasn’t immediately identified, was on the scene of a domestic dispute south of Corning, near the Pennsylvania border.
The suspect wasn’t immediately identified and the details around the domestic dispute weren’t released. It also wasn’t clear how the suspect died.
The shooting occurred near SUNY Corning Community College, which prompted a massive police response. The college said in a Facebook post there was no threat to campus.
“All offices are open. The State Police are…