LOWELL -- A police officer and a suspect were injured Sunday night when a physical struggle occurred while police were responding to a reported domestic incident in a Hildreth Street apartment building.

Officers were called to 111 Hildreth St. for a reported domestic incident, and at 8:29 p.m., one of the officers at that address urgently yelled for backup in police radio broadcasts.

More than a half dozen officers rushed to the scene. Officers reported in radio broadcasts a few minutes later that the situation was under control.

An unidentified male was later brought out of the building on a stretcher and taken to a city hospital. Police said that man's condition was not immediately available Sunday night.

Police said an officer was also injured during a physical struggle but that the victim in the alleged domestic incident was not injured.

Police said the male injured during the struggle was under arrest, but he had not been booked Sunday night since he was at the hospital.

That man's name would not be a public record due to the state's new domestic-violence law, which requires police not to identify suspects in domestic incidents as a way to keep the identity of the alleged victim private.

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