2 officers wounded in Miami shooting

2 Undercover Miami Dade Police Officers Shot

2 officers wounded in Miami shooting

Two police officers were shot in a police-involved shooting in Northwest Miami-Dade Monday evening, Miami-Dade Police confirmed.

Multiple officers were on the scene after two Miami-Dade police officers were shot and wounded Monday night. White, a 26-year veteran of the force, was treated and released while Woods, an 11-year veteran, remains in stable condition, per Local 10. Charles Woods to the hospital.

John Rivera, president of the Miami-Dade police union, told the Miami Herald that the officers were in an unmarked vehicle when the attack took place.

Paramedics rushed a boy to the hospital after, officials said, he suffered a serious head injury during an incident involving a horse in a rural area of Southwest Miami-Dade, Saturday afternoon.

They were taken from the scene of the shooting by fellow officers, who pulled them from the "hot zone" into a pickup truck and took them to Miami's Jackson Ryder Trauma Center.

He then asked for those with information to come forward.

Authorities said at least one of the officers returned fire. Miami Fire Rescue told CBS4's Oralia Ortega they were there in case anyone was injured during the search.

"Our prayers go out to the speedy recovery of our officers and their families that really had the scare of their life tonight", Perez said.

Police say it's unclear whether the suspects knew they were targeting police, but they are clearly risky and the area where the shooting happened is still being searched.

"These are the people who are shooting our kids", Perez said.

"We do whatever we have to do to save our officers", Perez said.

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