The Latest on the shooting of three deputies in Colorado (all times local):

12:50 p.m.

Authorities say three sheriff's deputies were shot as they served an eviction notice in a Colorado mountain community, leaving one deputy and the attacker dead.

Susan Medina, spokeswoman for the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, says the shooter fired at the deputies with a rifle. One had life-threatening injuries and was undergoing surgery, while the other deputy's injuries were not life-threatening.

It's not clear if deputies killed the shooter.

The violence happened at a hillside home in the town of Bailey, about 45 miles southwest of Denver.

Medina didn't know whether there were other suspects but said there's no danger to the community.

She confirms that a bomb squad and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives had been called in to assist.