Breaking News: Officer shot during active shooter situation in north Fargo
Fargo, N.D. UPDATE (11:05PM)
Staff at the Fargo Civic Center tell us the lockdown has been lifted there. They tell us the Disturbed concert will be letting out around 11:15pm. Officers will direct concert goers to drive south when they leave the concert. They will not be allowed to drive into north Fargo. There are approximately 2,300 people at that concert.
UPDATE: Police are negotiating with a man inside a home in North Fargo. They say he called 911 to report a domestic disturbance before opening fire. Police tell Valley News Live that the man has multiple long guns inside the house.
Some nearby business have been taken out of lock-down and customers have been allowed to leave.
Valley News Live has confirmed that a police officer has been shot during the active shooter situation Wednesday night in north Fargo. No further details are available yet.
Neighbors in North Fargo are being told to get into their basements and businesses near downtown are not letting any customers leave.
The Fargo SWAT team is on scene and has an area near 3rd street north and 9th avenue north surrounded. Police are also trying to evacuate people from the area.
We have multiple crews on scene and will continue to update this breaking story.
Shots have been fired in a North Fargo neighborhood as police search for a man with a gun in the area of 3rd street north and 9th avenue north.
Police are searching the area and have set up a perimeter. A dispatcher tells Valley News Live that the original call came in as a domestic incident.
Police sent out a notification to neighbors in that area telling them to go to their basements.
We have a crew on the scene. Stick with Valley News Live for updates on this developing story.