Cleveland, OH – At least one Cleveland police officer was shot Thursday night.
The shooting happened in the area of West 65th Street south of Clark Avenue, according to WOIO.
No details about what led up to the incident have been released, according to WKYC.
No information about the suspect has been released.
An officer was transported to the hospital with severe injuries. The condition of the officer has not been released at this time.
UPDATE: Police officer’s union confirms a #Cleveland police officer was shot and rushed to @metrohealthCLE tonight. No official update on his condition, but sources say injuries were severe. Police officers coming and going at the ER for the last half hour. @WEWS #WEWS pic.twitter.com/q56WLxAlMp— Scott Noll (@ScottNoll_News) September 4, 2020
#BreakingNews #HappeningNow A Cleveland police officer has been shot. This is the scene at Stock and West 65th, just south of Lorain Road. We do not know the officer’s condition. We also have a crew at Metro Hospital. Stay with @wkyc for updates. pic.twitter.com/Ua1sgN9yfq— Andrew Horansky (@WKYCAndrewH) September 4, 2020
Cleveland police still sorting out exactly what happened—multiple law enforcement sources say shots were reportedly fired, and officer also crashed, officer went to hospital—developing— Ed Gallek (@edgallekfox8) September 4, 2020
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