Police on Wednesday identified the woman as 44-year-old Sylvia Junn of Duluth and her husband as 45-year-old Charles Junn.
Police say Junn got into a white Lexus and fled the scene, and Charles Junn was run over by the car as she left. Police say the woman later returned to the scene and shot herself after being confronted by police officers.
Authorities did not immediately release the name of the wounded woman, who was in critical condition at a hospital. "
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