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A shooting in West Virginia left a Nicholas County deputy and one suspected gunman dead and another deputy injured Friday night, according to state police.
The injured Nicholas County deputy was transported to a hospital for medical treatment, Fox 11 reported. The deputy is believed to have been shot in the leg and is expected to recover.
A second suspected shooter is in custody, according to West Virginia State Police.
The incident occurred Friday night after police arrived at a mobile home to serve a warrant. The suspected shooters began firing at the officers from inside one of the homes.
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There was a heavy police presence at the crime scene after multiple agencies responded to the shooting.
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Officials have not yet released any names as families are being notified.
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