Shooting in St. Paul’s North End critically injures man

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Someone shot a man in St. Paul’s North End, causing him life-threatening injuries, police said.

Officers responded to the 800 block of Simcoe Street, off Atwater Street, about 2:30 a.m. Thursday. They found a vehicle crashed in a yard and the driver had gunshot injuries to his head and neck area, according to Alyssa Arcand, a St. Paul police spokeswoman.

St. Paul fire medics took the man to Regions Hospital “in very critical condition,” Arcand said.

Investigators are working to determine what happened. No one was under arrest as of Thursday morning.

There were 39 people injured in shootings in St. Paul as of Tuesday, compared with 61 non-fatal shooting victims last year during the same time, 92 in 2022 and 64 in 2021, according to police department data.

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