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Two women wounded in Minneapolis shooting

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Multiple news outlets are now reporting that one of the two women who was shot in Minneapolis early Saturday is alive and in the hospital, but she is not expected to survive. Initial media reports said the woman had been shot-to-death.

The Star Tribune reports a second victim, also a woman, is also hospitalized after gunshots were fired into their car.

Minneapolis police tell KSTP-TV the shooting happened at the intersection of Washington Avenue North and 26th Avenue North at about 2 a.m on July 13. Police say four people, including the two victims, were sitting inside a car when another car pulled up beside them and fired shots.

Police have not released the names of the victims.

No arrests have been made.

Minneapolis Police are asking anyone with information to call 612-692-TIPS (8477).

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