NOPD Officer shot, killed

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- A police officer in New Orleans was killed on Friday morning.

According to Harrison, four of his officers were on routine patrol in the vicinity of Tara Lane and Lake Forest Boulevard about 12:15 a.m. and exited their vehicle when they spotted something they considered suspicious.

A New Orleans police officer was shot and killed early Friday morning.

The Officer was transported to University Medical Center, where he died.

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The shooting happened just before 12:30 a.m. Michael Harrison said the officer was shot multiple times.

"This hurts", said Harrison.

He and New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu met with the officer's family.

Police say both men were hit in the shootout.

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Negotiation teams got the gunman eventually to surrender and he was taken to the hospital.

A woman who identified herself only as Cassie, said she and her neighbors had to evacuate their nearby apartment building early Friday.

The police chief said grief counselors are on the scene. The identities of the officer and suspect have not been released.

"Our department is grieving, our city is grieving and this family is grieving", said Harrison.

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"Unfortunately, our worst nightmares have come to be", Landrieu said.

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