A York County, PA deputy is expected to survive after being shot in the face while serving a warrant on Thursday morning.
The deputy was assisting York City police officers in the service of the warrant when the suspect emerged from a house and opened fire. The deputy returned fire after being struck in the face.
Both the deputy and suspect were transported to a local hospital for treatment.
York County Sheriff Richard Keuerleber said that the deputy's vitals were stable and that he was "going to be OK."
The condition of the suspect was not revealed; however, he suffered injuries that the sheriff described as "severe."