Police officer 'among injured' in Wisconsin shooting
Police have confirmed that a shooting has taken place at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek in the US state of Wisconsin.
A police spokesman said an officer had been shot multiple times but was expected to survive. There are reports of other casualties but no confirmed numbers.
The spokesman said one suspect had been shot, but another gunman might still be on the loose inside the temple.
"This is an ongoing and very fluid situation," he said.
Local police said that a call had been made to them at about 10:30 local time (15:30 GMT).
Police have corralled journalists outside the temple and urged them not to broadcast aerial footage that could compromise the operation.
Oak Creek is a town of about 30,000 people in the south-east corner of the state.
Parminder Kaleka, who was waiting outside the temple, told the Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel that she had phoned her brother-in-law - who she said was the priest of the temple - who was inside "at that time [the] shooting happened".
"He told me 25 or more people got shot, at that time they don't even know if they are dead or alive, so a lot of people got injured."
She said she had heard her brother-in-law had also been shot, and said desperate families were gathered outside the temple waiting for news.
"This is a big tragedy for our church," she said, saying everyone had always assumed it would be a place of safety.