Man shot by police officers after refusing to drop gun in siege at One Mile in Ipswich

Man shot by police officers after refusing to drop gun in siege at One Mile in Ipswich

Man shot by police officers after refusing to drop gun in siege at One Mile in Ipswich A man has been shot dead by police after he refused to drop his gun during a siege in Ipswich, west of Brisbane. Queensland Police said they were called to Earnest Street in One Mile around 11am, after reports of a man with a firearm. Around midday, an emergency declaration was put in place under the Public Safety Preservation Act, ordering residents of Earnest Street and Woodford Street to remain indoors. The declaration was revoked at around 2pm. Police say the man was shot after he exited the property while holding the weapon and refused to put it down. Acting Assistant Commissioner Dave Cuskelly will be speaking to the media about the incident …
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