The man is shot during a confrontation with the police after firing a double-barreled shotgun at six officers outside a service station & # 39;
- Police shot a man after allegedly firing at police in Queanbeyan
- He was treated at the scene before being taken to Canberra Hospital
- The police responded to the reports of a man with a gun around 4 am on Saturday
- Blood stains can be seen on the pavement at the scene of the shooting
Australian Associated Press
Police officers shot a man after he allegedly opened fire at a service station.
A bloodstained pavement and a double-barreled shotgun can be seen at the site of the alleged shooting that involved the ACT police at 4 a.m. of Saturday.
The police were called to Monaro street, in Queanbeyan, after receiving reports of a man shot with firearms.
The officers found the man at a service station.
A man is in the hospital after being shot by a police officer in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, in the early hours of Saturday
The man allegedly shot six officers several times before the police shot him in the leg.
He was treated at the scene before being taken to Canberra Hospital, where he will undergo surgery, a police spokeswoman said. His condition is not yet known.
The staff at the service station was forced to hide in a back room during the alleged shooting, 9News reported.
A team of NSW critical incidents will now investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident, police said.
That investigation will be subject to an independent review.
The police were called to Monaro street, in Queanbeyan, (photo) around 4 o'clock on Saturday morning, after the reports of a man with a gun and shots.
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