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01 January 2018, 12:49 | Sylvia Adams
Authorities: 'Multiple deputies down' after shooting in Denver suburb
Five deputies have been shot, one fatally, and two civilians were wounded during a domestic disturbance in Colorado Sunday morning.
The wounded deputies tried to pull the fallen officer, identified as Zack Parrish, out of the line of further gunfire but were unable to due to their own injuries and to "crawl to safety", Spurlock said. He's survived by a wife and two young children.
The suspect responsible has been shot and is believed to be dead and no longer a threat, the agency tweeted.
"All of them were shot very, very quickly", he said.
The office reported on Twitter around 6:45 a.m. that one deputy was shot.
Parrish's first law enforcement job was at the Morrison Police Department, where he served as a reserve officer from June 28, 2014, until the end of that year. The DC Sheriff's Office said via its Twitter account that shots were fired in the course of the investigation and "multiple" deputies were injured.
Douglas County officers later tweeted a "code red" warning, urging all locals in the Highland Ranch area to stay indoors and keep away from windows. Authorities say an emergency shelter has been set up for those displaced by the shooting. There was no immediate word on the condition of the injured officers or civilians. He previously was with the Castle Rock Police Department.