2 FBI agents shot, injured in St. Louis area

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2 FBI agents shot, injured in St. Louis area
Scene at Hanley and Madison in Vinita Terrace/Hanley Hills area. Law enforcement sources saying two FBI agents shot. http://t.co/BcRtFnutC6
FBI confirming their agents are expected to be ok. One was shot in the shoulder & the other shot in the leg.
#BREAKING: 2 FBI agents have been shot at a home in Hillsdale, intersection Monroe and Hanley. Unknown conditions says St. Louis Co PD.
The FBI agents were shot shortly after 3 a.m. They were responding a person barricaded in a home says St. Louis County PD.
An FBI truck is still here at @BarnesJewish. However, hospital staff can't say if injured agents are here. @ksdknews http://t.co/F3OrK4dK7F
@FOX2morning @FOX2now FBI agents were responding to suspect wanted in last nights killing of his mother.
"2 FBI agents were shot while on a barricaded subject call-out. They suffered non-life threatening injuries." reports St. Louis Co PD
Shooting of 2 FBI agents near #Ferguson 'not directly related' to recent protests, FBI says http://t.co/ADvTx7OCwI http://t.co/q9rn5lAQIg
Two FBI agents have been shot in St. Louis county. Police say not known if shooting related to #Ferguson protests. http://t.co/WsB2db9pb5

ST. LOUIS (AP) -- An FBI spokeswoman says two special agents have been shot in St. Louis County and that the incident isn't directly related to the Ferguson protests.

Rebecca Wu, a spokeswoman with the FBI St. Louis Division, says the agents were assisting the University City Police Department execute an arrest warrant at 2:53 a.m. Wednesday.

One agent was shot in the shoulder and the other agent was shot in the leg. Wu says neither injury is life-threatening.

The flashing lights of police cars, fire trucks and ambulances could be seen near the scene of the shooting, which took place about 5 miles south of Ferguson.

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