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Police: Woman fired shots at man, woman in car

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ATLANTA (CBS46) -

No one was injured when a woman fired a shot into a vehicle on Whitehall St. in SW Atlanta overnight Monday.

Police said the situation appeared to be domestic related when the woman approached the car where a man and another woman were inside and began arguing with the man.

The woman then pulled a weapon and fired at the driver's side of the vehicle. The car was struck but no one inside was hurt. Police said they know who the woman was, although she left the scene before they arrived.

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