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DENVER (KDVR) — Two officers were injured when a Denver Police Department vehicle flipped over in the Westwood neighborhood on Thursday afternoon.

The incident was spotted by SkyFOX on South Raleigh Street and West Tennessee Avenue.

A large police presence was in the area and DPD said the incident was related to a shooting that took place earlier on 1st Avenue and Knox Court in the Barnum neighborhood, approximately a mile and a half away.

“During an attempt to stop the suspect vehicle, the police vehicle rolled,” DPD tweeted. “Two officers were transported to the hospital with minor injuries.”

The suspect was not hurt and was taken into custody near South Tennyson Street and West Tennessee Avenue, police said.

No further information was immediately available about the suspect.