Suspect killed, police officer hospitalized after Miami-Dade shooting

Suspect killed, police officer hospitalized after Miami-Dade shooting

7 showed a police officer walking on his own while escorted by others into the Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami.

According to a law enforcement source, the officer was working off-duty at the store when a subject was stopped for shoplifting.

A Miami-Dade Police officer was rushed to the hospital after he was injured in a shooting that left one person dead in northwest Miami-Dade Wednesday, officials said. "More info to come as we get it", tweeted Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez. Also, about 11 or 12 evidence markers could be scene on the ground, indicating at at least 11 or 12 shots were fired. A yellow tarp near a vehicle appeared to be covering a body.

The wounded officer was identified as Manuel Gonzalez, of the Northside District.

This is a breaking news story and more information will be added as learned.

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