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Two law enforcement officials and one paramedic had been killed in Burnsville, Minnesota after legislation enforcement was responding to a “domestic-related shooting,” in line with experiences.

Details are nonetheless rising in what seems to be an lively taking pictures scenario.

CBS News reported that legislation enforcement was responding to an “incident with weapons.”

The outlet additionally reported that officers went to the 12000 block of thirty third Avenue after receiving a home name. The paramedic was reportedly on the scene, attempting to assist one of many law enforcement officials. The Independent has not but independently verified this info.

A neighbour advised KSTP that legislation enforcement arrived on the scene round 5.30am.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives additionally wrote on X that its brokers are responding in Burnsville “where there have been reports of officers involved in a domestic-related shooting,” including there’s presently “limited” info.

“Please keep Burnsville Police Dept in your prayers this morning,” Minneapolis Police chief Brian O’Hara wrote on X on Sunday.

Coons Rapids Police Department additionally wrote, “Our hearts are broken this morning as we learn about an unthinkable tragedy in Burnsville this morning. Details are limited at this time. Please join us as we send our thoughts and prayers to the Burnsville Police Department, their families and their public safety community.”

“Learned from police this morning that three officers have been shot in Burnsville,” Minnesota Sen Amy Klobuchar wrote. “They were doing their jobs. They were protecting our community. John and I are praying for them and their families and the Burnsville P.D. this morning.

Minnesota Rep Angie Craig wrote, “I’m devastated to hear the news coming out of Burnsville this morning & remain in close contact with local officials & law enforcement to offer any federal support they need.” She added, “I’m keeping the Burnsville PD, first responders, their loved ones & the entire community in my thoughts.”