VANCOUVER, Wash. - A Clark County woman who survived being shot in the face said Monday the last thing she remembers is the barrel of her neighbor's gun pointed at her as his car stopped alongside hers at a red light.

"I thought, when I saw the gun, it was an act," Abigail Mounce told reporters from her Vancouver hospital bed. "A scare."

"I'm really, really lucky," she said.

Her husband, Erich, was with her and drove his wife to a hospital on four flat tires after the Friday morning shooting, The Columbian newspaper reported. The Clark County sheriff's office told Erich Mounce that 17 shell casings were found at the scene, he said.

A bullet entered through Abigail Mounce's cheek and splintered into fragments. Her right eye will likely need to be removed, the newspaper reported. She had facial reconstructive surgery on Friday.

The neighbor, 59-year-old John Kendall, was identified by police as the suspect in Mounce's shooting and was later found dead. The Clark County medical examiner said Monday the man died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

During a manhunt, officers shot and wounded an unidentified person who was apparently spotted near Kendall's vehicle. Police have not said why that man was shot.

Vancouver police spokeswoman Kim Kapp said Monday in a statement that the circumstances of that police shooting are still under investigation. The person who was shot received a non-life-threatening injury, she said. No name was released.

The Mounces and Kendall had been involved in a dispute over his use of his Clark County property, reportedly including running a vacuum cleaner sales and repair business out of his home and renting out bedrooms. The Mounces contended the actions violated neighborhood covenants.

A judge earlier ordered Kendall to evict his tenants, The Columbian reported. Another court hearing had been scheduled for last Friday.