- One deputy was killed and four other people were injured during a shooting in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
- The slain deputy was investigating a vehicle theft.
- The suspect was killed at the scene.
One deputy has been killed and three law-enforcement officials were injured during a shooting in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on Monday afternoon, according to the Denver Post.
Deputy Micah Flick of the El Paso County Sheriff's office was killed by a male gunman during a vehicle theft investigation, Sheriff Bill Elder said in a press conference, according to ABC News. Flick, whose 11th anniversary at the sheriff's department was on Monday, was 34-years-old and is survived by his wife and 7-year-old twins.
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