A woman was wounded by an officer Thursday morning during a police raid on Long Island, PIX 11 News has learned.

According to authorities, the incident occurred at a two-story house located at 31 Lafayette Avenue in Hempstead shortly after 6 a.m.

Officials say the victim, who has not been identified, was shot in the upper torso. She is currently listed in stable condition at Nassau University Medical Center.

Nassau County police say the raid was a result of a six-month long narcotics investigation.

Two people have been arrested, including Reginald Lecator, who has been charged with drug possession and criminal sale of a controlled substance. In addition, Stephanie Swaan was charged with drug possession. While they were being arrested on the first floor, an officer on the second floor was trying to open the door to a closet. However, a woman on the other side was holding the door shut. A tug of war followed and a single shot was discharged.

It is unclear why investigators had executed a search warrant at the house. The Nassau County district attorney's office said it has launched a probe into the incident.

The woman was shot in the torso and is expected to survive.