CAMPBELL, Calif. (KGO) -- A man died after Campbell police say he shot himself and wounded a woman inside a home in Campbell on Saturday.
Detectives aren't saying how the woman is doing, after being rushed to a hospital.
Earlier in the evening, Campbell Police Department received two 911 hang-up calls from a residence along Timber Cove Drive.
When Campbell Police Dispatchers attempted to call back, a female answered, and dispatchers heard a disturbance before being disconnected again.
Officers say, were able to contact the original female caller on the phone. She told officers that she had been shot and was unable to escape the residence. Officers were able to quickly coordinate a rescue of the female who had been shot multiple times.
An armed adult male exited the residence. When he saw officers he retreated towards the home. Officers then heard one gunshot, they said.
They are also not revealing what the relationship was between the man and the woman.
Two children were un-harmed after being inside the home when gunfire erupted.
One neighbor tells ABC7 this happened along what's usually a very quiet and peaceful street.
At this time, there are no outstanding suspects related to this incident and the scene has been secured. Campbell Police Detectives and, the Crime Scene Unit will be continuing the investigation.
Anyone who has any information regarding this incident is asked to call our 24-hour dispatch center at (408) 866-2101 or the Investigations Unit at (408) 871-5190. Those who wish to remain anonymous can call (408) 866-519.
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Investigation underway after 1 man killed, woman shot in Campbell, police say