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BREAKING: Reports Of Active Shooter On Rooftop At San Diego Marathon

An active shooter has been reported over the Rock 'n' Roll marathon.

NOTE: This article had been updated with the most recent information, which is still developing. Due to the developing nature, the details are subject to change.

San Diego, CA – Police responded to reports of an active shooter on Sunday, but ended up in an incident involving a potential kidnapping suspect and an officer who shot himself.

The incident started at around 10:50 a.m. when officers were called to a hit and run collision at West A Street and Kettner Boulevard, according to The San Diego Union Tribune.

At about that same time, officers received a report that a man had just escaped from being kidnapped by a female who matched the description of the hit and run driver.

An officer spotted the suspect at a parking garage at the San Diego Concourse.

The woman pointed a rifle at officers and fled.

Officers pursued, and one officer shot at the woman. The suspect was not hit in the shooting.

A second officer then shot himself in his leg.

A police helicopter responded and said that it appeared that the woman was firing the rifle into the Rock ‘n’ Roll marathon crowd.

The woman then tossed the rifle over the side of the parking garage and officers took her into custody.

It was later determined that the rifle was a pellet gun.

The officer who shot himself is in stable condition.

Further details are not immediately available as the details are still developing.

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OfficerBlue - June Sun, 2018

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