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One hurt in West Valley City officer-involved shooting

Published December 15, 2013 9:56 pm
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A man was critically injured in an officer-involved shooting Sunday night in West Valley City.

Police say a man was "suspicious" and armed with a knife, KUTV-Channel 2' Christine McCarthy reported in a tweet. A West Valley City officer shot and critically injured the man, McCarthy added.

The shooting was reported near 3200 W. 3500 South around 7:30 p.m.

Police closed the northbound lanes of 3200 West at 3500 South to investigate the scene, according to the Utah Department of Transportation.


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