SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A suspect has been wounded in an officer-involved shooting in.

The suspect was transported to the hospital following the shooting at Fourth Avenue and 65th Street.

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The suspect was stopped by police, because he was suspected of a felony, said Michele Gigante with Sacramento Police. The officers talked to him and tried to get him out of the car at gunpoint.

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He then attempted to drive toward officers. That’s what prompted a Sacramento Police officer and a Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy to open fire.

None of the officers were injured. A 17-year-old passenger in the car was also uninjured.

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