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7 were shot and seriously injured in violence over the Chicago weekend, in which 23 people shot and killed 2

Seven people were shot and seriously injured during a single incident at a Chicago intersection in the crime-ridden Windy City’s latest weekend bloodbath, in which twenty-three people were shot and two killed

  • Seven people were shot in the same incident on Sunday afternoon in Chicago’s South Side
  • All the seven victims were taken to different area hospitals and their condition is said to be critical.
  • It marked the culmination of a bloody weekend of violence in Chicago
  • A 19-year-old woman was shot on Friday night in the north of the city
  • Two youths sitting in a parked car were shot on Saturday afternoon
  • Another man standing on the sidewalk was shot at around 10 pm last night.
  • In all, 23 people were shot throughout the weekend, two people were killed and no suspects are in custody.

At least seven people have been seriously injured in a shooting at an intersection in Chicago.

Shooting took place on the South Side of Chicago near East 79th Street and South Exchange Avenue after 3:30 p.m.

All the seven victims were taken to various regional hospitals and their condition is said to be critical.

Seven shots fired on Sunday afternoon, bringing the total number of casualties to 23 as two people died in a bloody weekend of violence in the Windy City. No suspect is in custody in any shootout or murder case.

Seven people were shot on Sunday afternoon on Chicago’s South Side

All the seven victims were taken to different area hospitals and their condition is said to be critical.

All the seven victims were taken to different area hospitals and their condition is said to be critical.

Chicago Superintendent of Police David Brown gave further details in the lead-up to the shooting during a press conference on Sunday afternoon.

‘Many people stood outside Little Caesars Pizzeria. They started talking to people in a car, which came with them when the shooting started. We don’t know whether he was targeted or it was just a controversy.

‘It’s always a big deal,’ said Superintendent Brown. ‘One shooting is one too many. Whether it is targeted or disputed is unacceptable. We are going to do our best to bring the people involved in this to justice.

Chicago Superintendent of Police David Brown said during a press conference on Sunday afternoon that he did not know the shooting was targeted

Chicago Superintendent of Police David Brown said during a press conference on Sunday afternoon that he did not know the shooting was targeted

The figures are similar to last weekend’s experience when 20 people were shot, one was killed.

The violence began on Friday night, according to abc7 Where a woman was shot at around 10 pm in Hanson Park on the North Side.

Chicago police said the 19-year-old was shot in the shoulder and was taken to Stroger Hospital where she is in good condition.

Two people were injured in a shootout in Little Village on the city’s Southwest Side on Saturday afternoon.

In all, 22 people were shot throughout the weekend, none of whom were in suspect custody.

In all, 22 people were shot throughout the weekend, none of whom were in suspect custody.

The intersection where the shooting took place can be seen surrounded by crime scene tape

The intersection where the shooting took place can be seen closed from the crime scene tapes

The couple was sitting in a car at around 5:20 pm. A 20-year-old man suffered a lower body injury, while a 33-year-old man sustained a bullet injury in his arm.

They then took themselves to Mount Sinai Hospital where police said they were in good condition.

A man was shot Saturday night in Ravenswood, on the north side of Chicago.

The 22-year-old was on the sidewalk at around 10:40 p.m. when a black Chevy approached him, where the window was closed and someone opened fire.

He has bullet marks in his right leg and waist. He is currently listed in good condition having been taken to a nearby hospital by a family member.

No one is in custody for any of the weekend shoots.

Crime rates across the board are already up compared to this time last year, although homicide and shooting levels are actually down by a small amount, data from the Chicago Police Department showed as of March 6.

The killings have come down by one percent as compared to the same period last year. Sexual assaults are 30 percent higher than last year and increased assaults are 36 percent higher than last year.

However, the biggest increase was in the number of thefts, which was 102 percent higher than the same period last year, with 343 reported as compared to 107 last year.

Motor vehicle thefts are also 38 percent higher than the same period last year, with 2,315 reported in 2022 and 1,615 in 2021 over the same period.

Meanwhile, shooting incidents have decreased by 5 percent from last year – but a series of fatal shootings have already occurred in January, with three minors killed.

Crime rates across the board are already up compared to this time last year, although homicide and shooting levels are actually down by a small amount, data from the Chicago Police Department shows.

Crime rates across the board are already up compared to this time last year, although homicide and shooting levels are actually down by a small amount, data from the Chicago Police Department shows.

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