BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A tense moment was captured by a resident on Wednesday after a police-involved shooting in northeast Baltimore left two officers injured.
The officers, who were assigned to the Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force, were working to serve a felony arrest warrant for attempted murder around noon at the Garden Village Apartment in the 5900 block of Radecke Avenue when the shooting happened, officials said.READ MORE: Security Camera Video Shows Chaotic Scene, Quick Police Response After West Baltimore Mass Shooting
The governor’s office confirmed that the two injured officers are with Baltimore City and Baltimore County Police. One officer was shot in the leg and another officer was shot in the stomach.
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A neighbor captured a video of one of the police officers being quickly loaded into an ambulance.READ MORE: Leaders Call Fells Point Violence 'Tragic & Unacceptable,' Police Urging People To Speak Up
JUST IN: A NE Baltimore neighbor shared a 7-minute video with me of the aftermath of the shootout. In this portion, you can see the effort from law enforcement to get one of the wounded officers into an ambulance. pic.twitter.com/xMkHPEopD7
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“One of the officers got shot, he went down, and of course I seen a suspect, he was shot up to,” a neighbor told WJZ. “Then another officer got shot in the leg, and he picked the other officer up and put him in a pickup truck. The other guy came in an ambulance and they picked him up and put him in an ambulance. The other officer got shot in the leg I believe. It’s chaos, it’s crazy.”MORE NEWS: Maryland Offices, Schools Announce Closures Friday In Observance Of Juneteenth
One of the officers injured in the shooting was released from Shock Trauma Wednesday evening. The other officer is in stable condition, but is expected to spend a few nights at the hospital while he recovers.