A 40-year-old man was shot and killed throughout a shootout with police in Michigan

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HAGER TOWNSHIP, MI – A 40-year-old man was shot and killed and an officer was wounded throughout a shootout in southwest Michigan.

Two Coloma Township officers and a Berrien County sheriff’s deputy have been responding to a “domestic-type incident” round 12:30 a.m. Monday earlier than the taking pictures in Hager Township, State Police stated in an announcement.

The officers and the 40-year-old man fired pictures. A Coloma Township officer suffered a gunshot wound that was not thought of life-threatening. State police stated it was not instantly clear who fired first or what number of pictures have been fired.

The names of the 40-year-old man or the officers haven’t been launched. The Berrien County Prosecutor’s Workplace requested state police to research the taking pictures.

The city of Hager is situated alongside Lake Michigan, about 73 miles (117 kilometers) southwest of Grand Rapids.

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