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Shooting at Burbank Kmart brings large police response

A shooting at a Kmart store in Burbank has left several people hurt, according to authorities.

The shooting occurred after noon at a store on San Fernando Boulevard. The Burbank Leader reported that a Burbank police officer was shot, possibly in one of his hands and a leg.

A handgun was found on the ground in front of the store, and an officer detained a man in handcuffs, according to the News-Press. Officers are closing off surrounding streets as they investigate the scene and gather evidence.

Details about the shooting are still unclear, and it's unknown how many people were hit.

-- Andrew Blankstein and Sam Allen

Update: Kmart shooting

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