Bronx shootout: Suspected death in New York City, 2 U.S. Marshalls, NYPD detective wounded

 Bronx shootout: Suspected death in New York City, 2 U.S.  Marshalls, NYPD detective wounded
BRON KNUX, New York (WABC) – A suspected gunman has died after a shooting in which two U.S. Marshalls and an NYPD detective were injured.

A shootout erupted on Eli Avenue at 5:30 a.m. Friday while a warrant was being executed for a wanted suspect in connection with injuring a Massachusetts state trooper.

Several police units rushed to the spot after the shooting started.

The suspect was shot and killed.

He is identified by law enforcement as Andre Sterling, 35.

Sterling was wanted on Nov. 20 for shooting a Massachusetts State Police trooper in the arm in a harness.

Two U.S. Marshalls and an NYPD detective were rushed to Jacobby Hospital for treatment of life-threatening injuries.

Sources say the marshals were shot and wounded. The detective suffered a leg injury while helping to transport the wounded marshal to the hospital.

Another suspect was also taken to Jacobby Hospital for treatment. There was no immediate word on the condition of the person.
This is breaking news. The story will be updated.

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