ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — The Placer County Sheriff’s Department is investigating an officer-involved shooting on westbound Interstate 80 and Highway 65 near Roseville Tuesday evening.

Placer Sheriff also confirmed that the suspect died in the officer-involved shooting and one of the victims is dead.

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The sheriff’s department said the incident started with reports of shots fired in a residential neighborhood in Loomis. Lt. Andrew Scott with the Placer Sheriff’s Department said the sheriff’s dispatch center received numerous 911 calls about a man in a Dodge pickup truck brandishing a firearm just after 7 p.m.

The suspect reportedly confronted multiple people in the Loomis and Newcastle areas, opening fire multiple times and shooting two victims at separate locations.

Deputies located the suspect on westbound I-80 where he crashed his vehicle. It is unknown at this time if the suspect crashed his vehicle on purpose.

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Gunfire was exchanged there and the suspect and a K9 officer were shot.

Multiple agencies, including Roseville and Rocklin Police, reportedly fired at the suspect. It is not known at this time if the suspect was armed when the officer-involved shooting occurred, but it believed that he was armed.

Officials say no deputies were hurt, but a K-9 officer was taken to be treated. Sheriffs said one victim has died. The condition of the other victim is unknown at this time.

The westbound lanes of I-80 at Hwy 65 remain closed as law enforcement process the scene. Scott said there is no immediate threat to the community at this time.

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The Placer County Sheriff is taking the lead for the incidents that occurred in Loomis. Roseville Police will investigate the officer-involved shooting.