Saturday, January 23, 2021
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Two Kansas sheriff’s deputies shot at courthouse

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Two Wyandotte County, Kansas, sheriff’s deputies were shot at inside the juvenile division of a courthouse Friday, according to a report.

One Kansas sheriff deputy was killed and another is in critical condition after a shooting near a courthouse in Kansas City on Friday.

Both deputies were transported to an area hospital to receive medical treatment, spokesman Edwin Birch said.

A juvenile was also shot, Birch said, and taken to a hospital. The juvenile’s condition also is unknown.

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(Chuck Johnson & Dakin Andon of CNN contributed to this report via CNN)

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