1 officer was discharged from the hospital while others stay.
Three police officers are hurt in a potential explosion after being discharged to a vacant house.
Police still have not issued an official statement on the reason they had been called to the house, who might have made the telephone or what was reported to the authorities however, based on the Wichita Eagle, Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay told local press that the homeowners requested police to inspect the empty house after they watched the many windows were available them to believe a person could be indoors and officials were awarded a key to the house so they can get it.
"After earning entry to the house, three officers sustained injuries from a potential explosion in an unknown device," police said in a statement on social networking.
The Wichita Police Department explained that the three officers were instantly transported into a local field hospital for treatment whereas the WPD SWAT team and bomb squad ran investigations.
A tweet by the Wichita Police Department explained that"negotiators continue to be on scene and trying discussions" but it's unclear who they had been negotiating or why negotiators were required in the first location.
Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay explained he visited the 2 officers staying in hospital and they had been in great spirits following the episode.
Authorities concluded by stating the situation is included and that they'd offer the people with more info as it becomes available.