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Update: Police officer, OHP trooper shot during standoff in Sulphur, suspect in serious condition

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SULPHUR, Okla. - Two officers were shot during a standoff in Sulphur, Oklahoma.

Initial reports indicate a female with a gun barricaded herself inside the Super Mutt Dog Grooming Salon around 3 p.m.

Authorities said the woman was distraught over relationship issues.  Her partner called for police to check on her.

Around 7 p.m., officials said a trooper was negotiating with the suspect who was reportedly threatening to kill herself.

About an hour later, gunfire erupted.

Authorities say one Sulphur police officer and one Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper were shot.

Officials say the police officer was shot in the leg and the OHP trooper was shot in the lower back.  They were both transported to the hospital.  Officials say they are both expected to be okay.

The suspect, who police say goes by "Lisa," was also shot and transferred to the hospital in serious condition.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

 

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