PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A shots fired situation led to a SWAT response on Thursday morning.

Around 5:00 a.m., Pittsburgh Police were sent to the 2600 block of Norwood Avenue in Perry South.

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Once they arrived on the scene, they were met by a man outside who said another man inside of the home had fired a gun at him.

Not long after, a woman involved came outside of the home to talk with police and informed them that five other people, including a baby, were still inside.

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This led to police calling in SWAT officers due to a belief that a hostage situation was unfolding.

Negotiators spoke with the man inside the home and determined it was not a hostage situation and the other five people left the home without incident.

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Pittsburgh Police are investigating.