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Facebook post showed an old T-shirt with crime scene tape and a chalk outline of a body.
While Gov. Tim Walz's executive order for Minnesotans to stay at home has shuttered nonessential businesses to slow the spread of the coronavirus, merchants are worried not only about their future, but also about their safety.
Her SUV ran off the right side of the road just west of N. Penn Avenue, struck a fire hydrant and then the tree, a police spokesman said.
Both victims were shot on consecutive days on the North Side.
Firefighters, paramedics and police are particularly vulnerable.
Police said their preliminary investigation has produced leads but no arrests yet.
The city has cut its dedicated traffic officers, and officials are eyeing cameras, stricter speed limits to boost safety.
The suspect hadn't been arrested as of Wednesday night.
The new strategy was on full display after the theft of an SUV in downtown Minneapolis on Monday night.
As first-responders experience a deluge in calls, they are taking new precautions to avoid contracting the virus.