By WCCO-TV Staff

ST. PAUL (WCCO) — St. Paul police are investigating two shootings Wednesday evening, including one where a woman was shot in the chest near an ATM.

According to police, a woman was in a vehicle around 8:30 p.m. finishing up using an ATM at a bank on the 1300 block of Phalen Boulevard. Then, a male suspect approached and fired at least one shot at her, striking her in the chest. She drove off and the suspect gave chase on foot for a short distance.

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The victim then called 911. Police officers and medics met her nearby and transported her to Regions Hospital. She’s “miraculously” expected to survive, police said.

The victim said the suspect – who has not been located – did not say or demand anything before he shot her.

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Police are also investigating another shooting that happened prior to the ATM shooting, near the intersection of Kent Street and Thomas Avenue. There, a woman said she was driving when a passenger in another vehicle fired shots at her.

The victim in the second incident drove off and was not injured, but her car was struck by a bullet. A parked vehicle nearby was also struck.

No arrests have been made in either incident.

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