A person died of injuries Monday morning at a truck stop near Aurora after a shooting involving law enforcement, the Marion County Sheriff's Office said in a news release Monday, providing few details about the incident.
The sheriff's office said the suspect, who had barricaded himself in a vehicle during the incident, died of injuries at the scene following "an officer involved shooting."
A Woodburn Police Department officer was also hospitalized due to injury, according to Tommy Moore, spokesman for the city of Woodburn.
Around 6:15 a.m., deputies were called to the Flying J Truck Stop outside Aurora "after a wanted person was spotted outside."
The suspect barricaded themselves inside of a vehicle, and the Marion County Interagency SWAT Team were called for assistance.
"During the incident there was an officer involved shooting," the news release said.
The sheriff's office did not say who fired or whether any of the injuries were caused by gunfire.
The sheriff's office said in the news release that one law enforcement officer was injured and transported to an area hospital for treatment. The agency said did not have information about the officer's condition.
Moore confirmed Monday afternoon that a Woodburn officer was injured during the incident and was in stable condition after being taken to the hospital.
The suspect was injured during the incident, and law enforcement and emergency medical personnel tried providing medical aid at the scene. The suspect was pronounced dead at the scene, the news release said.
"There is no outstanding danger to the community at this time," the news release said.
The Marion County District Attorney's Office and Oregon State Police will be coordinating the investigation into the incident as required under state law.
This post was updated after the city of Woodburn confirmed the officer injured during the incident was a Woodburn officer.