Report: 4 shot, 2 officers injured in Grand Forks shooting

An officer-involved shooting has been confirmed by ABC affiliate WDAY in Grand Forks, North Dakota, on Wednesday.

According to the station, the scene is active on the 1600 block of 28th Avenue S.

Police on scene were reporting that at least one deputy was wounded in the shooting.

The area is taped off, blocking off an apartment area, with several officers staged around the perimeter, according to WDAY.

According to WDAY, four people were shot, including two law enforcement officers; one is from the Grand Forks County Sheriff's Department and the other is from the Grand Forks Police Department.

At least one person is dead, according to WDAY.

The incident started when authorities went to serve civil papers at an apartment but quickly escalated into gunfire.

A spokesperson for Grand Forks Police told WDAY a man in the apartment unexpectedly opened fire.

Information on the officers' conditions has not yet been released.

No other information is available at this time.

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