CORONA, Calif. (FOX 11 / AP) - Officers responding to a domestic violence call in Southern California fatally shot a man, while a woman at the scene is hospitalized in critical condition.
Corona police released few details in a Wednesday news release about what prompted the Tuesday night shooting.
The department says officers were responding to calls about a domestic violence dispute at a home involving a possibly armed man and an injured woman.
When they arrived, police say they positioned a rescue vehicle outside the home and began communicating with the man. That's when the officer-involved shooting occurred, after which police say a rifle was found on the man, who was fatally wounded.
The woman also had apparent gunshot wounds, though police didn't say who may have shot her, officers or the man.
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