An early morning domestic disturbance at a Highlands Ranch apartment complex led to the shooting of multiple deputies on Sunday morning, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.

Just after 5 a.m., deputies responded to the incident at the Copper Canyon apartment complex. During the investigation, shots were fired and multiple deputies were injured, the agency reported.

This complex is on County Line Road, near Colorado Boulevard between University Boulevard.

No information about a suspect has been released at this time.

According to Linda Watson, a spokesperson for Sky Ridge Medical Center, the hospital received three patients involved in the incident who are all in non-critical condition. She did not specify whether these were law enforcement officers or civilians.

Alyssa Parker with Littleton Adventist Hospital confirmed it has taken in four patients in connection with Sunday's incident. Parker could not comment on the conditions of these patients.

The scene is active and people are advised to avoid the area. Anyone who lives in the area is urged to shelter in place, avoid windows and stay away from exterior walls.

C-470 is closed from Quebec Street to University Boulevard and County Line Road is closed from Colorado Blvd. to University Blvd for the investigation.

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Parker Police Department, Lone Tree Police Department, Castle Rock Police Department and Colorado State Patrol are all on accident alert because of this incident.

During an accident alert, drivers involved in wrecks are asked not to call law enforcement unless a driver is impaired, it's a hit and run, someone is injured or dead or if damaged vehicles are blocking the road.

9NEWS has a crew on the scene and will update this story as more information is released.