Breaking: Border Patrol agent killed, second agent injured in shooting near Naco, Arizona; Update: RIP Nicolas Ivie

Authorities confirm that one Border Patrol agent assigned to the Brian Terry Station was killed during a shooting near Naco, Arizona.

A second agent has injuries that are reportedly not life-threatening.

More from Tucson News Now:

Both agents were assigned to the Brian Terry Station in the Tucson Sector.

The injured agent has been airlifted to a hospital.

Twitchy will monitor this developing story and update as more information becomes available.

Update:

More on the injured agent via KVOA-TV anchor Danielle Lerner:

Additional details are emerging about the shooting:

Katie Pavlich reveals there is “concern” that the shooting involved weapons linked to the Fast and Furious gun-walking operation.

An FBI source has confirmed to Townhall there is a concern the weapons used today are linked to Operation Fast and Furious. We will update as more information becomes available.

From the official Twitter account of U.S. Customs and Border Protection:

Update:

Authorities have identified the Border Patrol agent killed in the line of duty as 30-year-old Nicolas Ivie.

Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Related:

Univision reporter: Did Fast and Furious guns kill Border Patrol agent today?

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