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Nordstrom Shooting Victim Dies

The woman was shot by her ex-boyfriend while she was working at a Nordstrom store on Black Friday. The gunman shot himself in the head at the scene, police said.

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Updated — Nov. 29, 10:55 p.m. ET

A woman who was shot by her ex-boyfriend on Friday while she was working at a Nordstrom store off North Michigan Avenue died on Saturday, according to reports.

The Chicago Tribune reported that the woman, Nadia Ezaldein, 22, was pronounced dead Saturday at 3:43 p.m.

Original report:

Two people were shot, one fatally, at a Nordstrom in Chicago on Friday 6:55 p.m. local time in what may have been a domestic-related incident, the Chicago Tribune reported.

One person was pronounced dead at the scene and the other person was driven to

Northwestern Memorial Hospital, said Chicago Fire Department Spokesman Larry Langford.

The Fire Department told NBC reporter Rob Elgas that a man had been shot, while a woman was sent in an ambulance to the hospital.

UPDATE: Chicago Fire Dept. confirms one man is dead in Nordstrom shooting. A woman transported in critical condition. No ages yet.

Rob Elgas@RobElgasNBCFollow

UPDATE: Chicago Fire Dept. confirms one man is dead in Nordstrom shooting. A woman transported in critical condition. No ages yet.

5:05 PM - 28 Nov 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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The Chicago Tribune reported witnesses said a man shot a woman, and then turned the gun on himself in what appeared to be a murder-suicide.

The Fire Department also said the woman was a seasonal employee of Nordstrom, Chicago Sun-Times reporter Becky Schlickerman tweeted.

cpd chief of detectives said incident is domestic. Man shot gf or ex who is a seasonal employee of Nordstrom then he shot and killed self.

Becky Schlikerman@schlikermanFollow

cpd chief of detectives said incident is domestic. Man shot gf or ex who is a seasonal employee of Nordstrom then he shot and killed self.

5:40 PM - 28 Nov 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

The crowded store was quickly emptied, after the shots were heard.

The scene outside the Nordstrom on 55 East Grand Street:

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