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OKLAHOMA CITY – One man is dead after an officer-involved shooting.

Police officers were called to the 3600 block of SW 38th on reports of shots fired in the area.

When officers arrived on scene, they say they saw a man was holding a rifle.

According to Oklahoma City police, when an officer asked the man to put down the weapon, he refused.

Instead, police say the man raised the gun and pointed it at a police sergeant.

The officer then fired his gun, killing 40-year-old Aurelio Duarte.

Authorities also found 51-year-old Montiel Militon, who was allegedly shot by Duarte.

He was taken to a nearby hospital with gunshot wounds to the hand and abdomen.

The officer was not harmed in the shooting and has been placed on administrative leave pending the investigation.

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