A ranger at Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park was shot by a suspect Wednesday morning, according to a park spokesperson.
The ranger, who has not been identified, was protected by a ballistic vest and not seriously injured, said Rocky Mountain National Park public affairs officer Kyle Patterson.
One of two suspects was also shot by the ranger and brought to a hospital for treatment, Patterson said.
That suspect and another suspect were involved earlier in the morning in a vehicular pursuit outside park boundaries. When the ranger later came in contact with them later, shots were fired.
The second suspect is in custody, authorities said. Neither of the suspects have been identified.
Patterson did not immediately respond to a question about why the suspects were being pursued in the first place.
The FBI is investigating the shootings.