Update: The Sweetwater Police Department released Friday afternoon that the two officers involved in the shooting were placed on paid administrative leave, which is routine per the department’s policy.

SWEETWATER, Tenn. (WATE) — The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is investigating what led to Sweetwater police shooting a man late Thursday evening.

According to the TBI, officers with the Sweetwater Police Department responded to a call at a house on Raby Road, where they were told a man was threatening family members with a firearm. TBI says that when officers arrived, they found the man who pointed a firearm at them. The officers then shot at the man, hitting him, TBI said.

According to Sweetwater Police, the man concealed his right hand behind his leg when officers encountered him. Police also added that after the man was shot, they immediately called for EMS assistance and attempted life-saving measures.

The man was taken to a local hospital before he was then taken to a hospital in Knoxville, according to TBI. Sweetwater Police said Friday afternoon that the man’s condition was unknown. TBI and Sweetwater Police said that no officers were injured during the incident.

The TBI is investigating this shooting at the request of Attorney General Stephen Crump. The agents are working to “independently determine” what lead to the shooting. This includes collecting evidence and conducting interviews. 

This is the second officer-involved shooting in Monroe County this week. On Wednesday, the U.S. Marshals Service stated that a Deputy U.S. Marshal from the Knoxville U.S. Marshals office and members of the U.S. Marshals Smoky Mountain Fugitive Task Force were involved in a shooting near Sweetwater.

EDITORS NOTE: This story has been updated with additional information.