MIAMI (WSVN) - City of Miami Police have confirmed that two people were transported to the hospital after they were hurt in an officer-involved shooting.

Just before 5 p.m., Tuesday, Miami Police and Fire Rescue were dispatched to a domestic call in the Little Haiti neighborhood of Miami.

“At 4:50 p.m. we received a domestic violence call from a female victim,” said Miami Police Assistant Chief Cherise Gause.

As they responded, a house in the area of Northwest Second Avenue and 64th Street, was seen on fire.

Near the home an officer witnessed a woman being struck by a van driven by a man. The relationship between the two remains unclear.

“When officers arrived, they found a house on fire. Officer then observed suspect who was driving a black van strike the female victim with his vehicle,” said Gause.

During the altercation, two officers discharged their weapons, which led to the man and woman being transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital.

“The suspect’s actions led two officers discharging firearms,” said Gause. “The suspect was struck and sustained non-life-threatening injuries.”

The woman was transported due to leg injuries. It remains unknown what injures the driver endured.

It is also unclear whose home it was, and whether the fire is connected to the domestic dispute.

The roadway was closed for some time due to the ongoing investigation but has since reopened.

“We do have a couple detained,” said Gause. “Again, FDLE is the lead on the investigation, and I’m not sure their involvement at this time.”

Investigators clarified later in the evening that there was a second woman who was struck by the van and wasn’t taken to the hospital.

As for the the relationship between the two woman and the man, that remains unclear at this time.

Florida Department Law Enforcement is leading the investigation.

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