A 33-year-old man was shot and killed by police during a confrontation with Windsor police Wednesday morning that left two officers injured.
Police were called to the area of University and Ouellette avenues around 8:05 a.m. for a complaint involving a man, and found a suspect who matched the description of the person they were searching for.
"During the interaction police fired their issued pistol," said deputy chief Vince Power. "The involved adult male was transported to hospital … he later succumbed to his injuries."
The officers were taken to hospital after the incident, but are expected to survive, according to Power. He would not say how the officers were injured, only that the injuries were minor.