The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is investigating shooting reports at Hillsboro Road and Charles Town Pike in Hillsboro, Oregon on Thursday.

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Authorities said that there is no active shooter and no injuries have been reported.

Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office shared the update regarding the shooting in a tweet, “Update 2:08 pm Law Enforcement remains in the area of Hillsboro Road and Charles Town Pike in Hillsboro. There is NOT an active shooter and no injuries are reported. LCSO will provide more information as appropriate.”

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office responded to a shooting incident near Hillsboro Road and Charlestown Pike on Thursday in the Hillsboro neighborhood. As per media reports, the incident occurred shortly before 12 p.m., prompting the sheriff’s office to close highways as part of the ongoing investigation.

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Earlier, Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office posted a tweet “LCSO continues to investigate an incident in the area of Hillsboro Road and Charles Town Pike in Hillsboro.   Please note the roadways are closed in the area, use alternate routes. More info will be provided as appropriate.”

Hillsboro Mayor Roger Vance said that the shooting occurred near the Old Stone School, which serves as the town council facility. In response to the incident, federal employees were placed on lockdown as deputies investigated.

Reacting to the incident, a spokesperson from Loudoun County Public Schools said Hillsboro Charter Academy has been placed in “Secure the Building” status. No students were present during the incident, which was determined to be unrelated to the school because lessons had ended earlier in the week.

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Meanwhile, another shooting incident was reported on Interstate 85 in north Charlotte on Thursday afternoon, while passengers were inside a ride-share vehicle.

According to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, one of the passengers in the ride-share vehicle was injured but not seriously, and no other injuries were registered.