Officer shot in Indianapolis in good condition, police say

An officer and suspect were both hurt in a Wednesday afternoon shooting in Indianapolis, WISH-TV reports. 

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department tweeted that an officer was “shot as a result of this officer-involved shooting.” 

Police were called to execute a search warrant, Sgt. Christopher Wilburn told the media in a video posted online by The Indianapolis Star.

"Officers were executing, again, a valid search warrant," Wilburn said. "They were fired upon by someone inside the home. They returned fire. An officer was struck, as well as a suspect."

The officer was taken to a hospital in good condition, and a suspect transported to the same hospital was in critical condition, according to Wilburn. Police are continuing to investigate. 

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Earlier this week, an Indiana state trooper was shot in the head while pursuing a suspect, according to officials. The trooper was expected to survive. 

Fox News' Elizabeth Zwirz and Travis Fedschun contributed to this report.