An officer-involved shooting occurred at a Los Angeles Police Department station late Saturday, authorities said.

LOS ANGELES An officer was injured following a shooting inside a Los Angeles Police Department station late Saturday, authorities said.
The LAPD announced that a “significant police incident” took place at its Harbor Station in San Pedro, California. Chief Michel Moore took to Twitter and said that an officer was reportedly in stable condition and taken to a local hospital.
Some individual came into the Harbor station, and when an officer went to speak with him, some type of confrontation occurred where we believe an officer was disarmed, said Moore, the Los Angeles Times reported.
According to the Times, Moore said other officers reacted and pursued the individual, who fled the station but was apprehended by police soon after. Moore added that at least one officer opened fire, the Times reported.
Additional information about the incident was not immediately released.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti expressed his concern on Twitter and sent his best wishes for a quick and full recovery.”
The shooting comes after two Los Angeles County sheriffs deputies were shot in an apparent ambush earlier this month while sitting in a patrol car parked near a metro stop in Compton, California.
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The nation’s second-largest city, already on edge after the death of George Floyd and the shooting of Jacob Blake prompted protests and unrest in the streets, is also dealing with its own racially divisive shooting by law enforcement.
Sheriff’s deputies fatally shot a Black man, Dijon Kizzee, after they attempted to stop him over an unspecified “code violation” as he rode his bicycle through an unincorporated section of south Los Angeles in August.
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Contributing: N’dea Yancey-Bragg and Chris Woodyard, USA TODAY; The Associated Press
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