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Man shot by police in Twin Cities suburb

APPLE VALLEY, Minn. — Police in a Twin Cities suburb shot a man after responding to a domestic dispute call.

Apple Valley police say injuries to the 48-year-old man are life-threatening, but provided no further details about his wounds.

Police Chief Jon Rechtzigel says the man pulled a gun on officers as they were questioning him at a home Sunday evening. The chief would not say how many officers were involved or how many shots were fired.

The Star Tribune says the man was taken to Regions Hospital in St. Paul.

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