At least one person is dead following a shooting at an apartment complex in south Minneapolis.
This comes just a day after a separate shooting on the city's north side, which claimed the life of a man in his 20s early Thanksgiving morning.
Friday's shooting happened just after 2 p.m. on the 3100 block of East 58th Street, KARE 11 reports. That's just north of the Crosstown Highway near MSP International.
According to a tweet from Star Tribune reporter Liz Sawyer, the victim — who has not been identified — was shot following "an apparent domestic incident":
Sawyer also notes that if ruled a homicide, the shooting would mark the 79th homicide of the year for Minneapolis.
This far outstrips the city's total number of homicides in 2019, which was 48.
BringMeTheNews has reached out to the Minneapolis Police Department for more information.