MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Authorities say three people were killed in separate shootings in Minneapolis early Saturday, though none of the shootings were related to protests over the fatal shooting of a Black man by sheriff’s deputies earlier in the week.

A police spokesman says a woman wounded in a hail of bullets along the 2200 block of N. 2nd Street died upon arrival at a hospital in Robbinsdale.

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He says a bystander who was shot during a shootout by street racers also died at a hospital and a Metro Transit police officer wounded a suspect who had just fatally shot another man elsewhere in the city.

The wounded man was treated at a hospital before being taken to jail.

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