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At least seven people were killed, including one shooter, just after 10 a.m. Sunday at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, police said.
A police SWAT team entered the building before noon and brought uninjured people out of the building at 7512 S. Howell Ave.
Around noon, they started removing injured people from the temple's prayer room.
SWAT team members were still sweeping the building about 1 p.m. and an explosion was heard from the building at that time.
The first officer on the scene encountered an active shooter and exchanged fire with him, according to Greenfield Police Chief Bradley Wentlandt who briefed media on the scene.
The shooter went down and the officer was hit multiple times, but is expected to survive, said Wentlandt, who is acting as police spokesman for the incident.
Among those who were shot was the president of the temple, Satwant Kaleka, who was taken to a hospital.
Deepinder Dhaliwal said Kaleka, his brother in law, was shot in the back, but has now been taken to a hospital in St. Francis.
Dhaliwal said his sister, the president's wife, called him while hiding inside the building with a few other women.
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