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1 Officer Dead, 4 Others Wounded In Colorado Shooting, Police Say

An questioner heads to a stage of sharpened Sunday, in Highlands Ranch, Colo. Authorities in Colorado contend one emissary has died and mixed others were wounded, along with dual civilians, in a sharpened that followed a domestic reeling in suburban Denver.

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An questioner heads to a stage of sharpened Sunday, in Highlands Ranch, Colo. Authorities in Colorado contend one emissary has died and mixed others were wounded, along with dual civilians, in a sharpened that followed a domestic reeling in suburban Denver.

David Zalubowski/AP

The Douglas County Sheriff’s bureau south of Denver says a think dismissed some-more than 100 rounds in a sharpened that killed one military officer and bleeding 4 others, along with dual civilians, on Sunday morning.

The officers were shot after responding to an initial news of domestic assault during a Copper Canyon Apartments only after 5 a.m., Sheriff Tony Spurlock pronounced in a news conference.

The slain officer was 29-year-old Zackari Parrish, who had worked for a Douglas County Sheriff’s Office for about 7 months. A motorcade escorted a physique of a depressed officer from a circuitously sanatorium in Littleton, Colo.

The 4 other officers who were harmed are in fast condition, and a dual civilians suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

The Sheriff’s bureau reports that an unclear think was shot dead.

Spurlock described a occurrence as an “ambush-type conflict on a officers.” After receiving a reeling call, officers arrived during a unit of dual masculine roommates during about 5:15 a.m. and were let inside by one of them, he says. While deputies were doubt a man, a gunman barricaded himself in a room before banishment on a officers shortly before 6 a.m.

The officers “were shot very, really quickly,” Spurlock told reporters. “They all went down roughly within seconds of any other.”

A SWAT group responded to a scene, according to a mouthpiece for a Sheriff’s office, and a vital highway south of a city was close down.

The Sheriff’s bureau tweeted that “due to a distance and range of this review an puncture preserve has been set up” during a circuitously distraction center. In a “code red” alert, a sheriff’s bureau told residents to preserve in place, equivocate windows and stay divided from extraneous walls.

President Trump tweeted his “deepest condolences to a victims of a terrible sharpened in Douglas County … and their families.”