Woman fighting for her life after shooting in Minneapolis

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A woman is fighting for her life after being shot in Minneapolis.

At 5:59 p.m. Tuesday, Minneapolis Police Department says it was alerted to a shooting near the intersection of 21st St. E. and 15th Ave. S. in the Ventura Village neighborhood, with officers finding a woman at the scene who was suffered a "potentially life-threatening gunshot wound."

She was taken to an area hospital where her current condition is unknown.

MPD says there may have been "an altercation between a group of people" that "escalated to gunfire," adding that the dispute may have involved people "who have a former dating relationship."

Police have not identified the victim or any suspects, and no arrests have been announced.

14-year-old shot about 30 minutes earlier

About 30 minutes before the woman was shot in the Ventura Village neighborhood, a 14-year-old suffered what police described as a "potentially life-threatening gunshot wound" from an apparent accidental discharge at an apartment in North Minneapolis.

That story can be found here.

Note: The details provided in this story are based on the police’s latest version of events, and may be subject to change.

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Go to the light...... How will your family pay your medical bills? Or will your neighbors confiscated taxes pay for your life on your Democrat Plantation?

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fighting for your life is the stupidest sentence in word ology. how do you fight when you are unable to fight?


“Condition unknown” “Fighting for her life” So which is it? Make up your mind.


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