LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Corrections officials on Sunday confirmed that a man recently booked at a Louisville jail has, marking the fifth death at the downtown jail in little more than a month.

According to the Courier Journal, the death occurred Sunday morning.

Metro Corrections Assistant Directory Steve Durham said in a statement that a corrections officer in the medical housing unit “found an inmate unresponsive” at the jail. Durham added that the inmate was unable to be revived and was taken to a local hospital, where the inmate was later pronounced dead.

Both the name of the inmate and caused of death have not yet been released.

“The Louisville Metro Police’s Public Integrity Unit is investigating, a standard procedure, and Metro Corrections Director, Dwayne Clark, has directed Metro Corrections Professional Standards Unit to conduct a review of the case,” Durham said.

Over the last 41 days, four other people have died in jail. One man died by suicide on Jan. 2, while three people died at the jail over a five-day period in late November and early December.

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