PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - A reported hostage situation led to an officer-involved shooting with multiple deaths in Salem, according to deputies.

Marion County deputies responded to a possible hostage situation at a home on Juneva Place Southeast near Mahrt Avenue Southeast at 12:30 p.m. Monday.

A trained negotiator with the Marion County Sheriff's Office Hostage Negotiation Team called the suspect, according to deputies. However, as the incident unfolded, deputies said shots were fired. 

The sheriff’s office did not immediately say who fired the shots, but reported "multiple fatalities during this incident, including that of the suspect."

No deputies were injured. No details were released about the people who died. 

Multiple people dead in officer-involved shooting after reported hostage situation in Salem.

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"At this time there is no reason to believe there is any outstanding danger to the community," according to the sheriff's office. 

Any deputies involved in the shooting will be placed on administrative leave, per sheriff's office protocol. 

Oregon State Police troopers were called out to conduct an investigation.

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(5) comments

Hookie

Oh darn just more illegals causing a little ruckus in the hood

Charlatan

What a great negotiator...

Erik Erlow Eeckhart

Some people are beyond help and you just proved it

commentor

And you could do better, right @Charlatan?

Charlatan

I don't claim to be a "trained negotiator." Your point is... well, you don't really have one.

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