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The woman, wearing pajamas, approached the driver’s side door and was talking to the driver, the newspaper reported.
Damond’s death, one of more than 500 fatal shootings by police in the United States this year, also has raised serious concerns in her home country.
News of Damond’s death was splashed across the websites of major news outlets in Australia, where friends, according to media reports, are demanding a federal investigation.
All Minneapolis police officers have worn body cameras since the end of 2016, according to the city, a policy decision that was announced last July, after a black motorist named Philando Castile, a local school worker, was fatally shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in the Twin Cities area.
A dash-cam video showed an officer shooting numerous times into Castile’s car but did not show what was happening inside the vehicle; the officer in that case said he believed Castile had been going for a weapon, an account Castile’s girlfriend, who was in the passenger seat, has long disputed.
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The audio of the 911 call also is not available publicly.