Five men have been shot across Chicago from northwest side to Far South Side since late Monday morning
On the morning of Monday, a 45-year-old man was shot in his arm and chest to the south Side Englewood neighborhood. He was standing on a porch in South Laflin Street's 6200 block, when around 22:35 a dark SUV drove past and someone fired shots in the SUV, the police said. The man was taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center, where he was in serious condition. Much later, just before 20:10, a 27-year-old man was shot in his 2100 north direction in his upper chest Moody Avenue in the district Galewood in the northwest. He took himself to the first community hospital and was transferred to the Masonic Center of Illinois, where he was stabilized, the police said. The only information released about the shooting was that the man heard shots and then felt pain.
At 23:40. In Hyde Park, a 21-year-old man was shot while driving a friend's black Nissan. The man told the police he had fallen asleep when he awoke to a loud noise and noticed that he had been shot in the back of the shoulder in the 5600 block of South Maryland Avenue. He caught a glimpse of a bright sedan that might have been involved in the shootout, police said. The Nissan driver had taken the man to the Medical Center of the University of Chicago, where he had been stabilized and had become uncooperative with the police, it said.
Last, at about 12:30, in West Town, a 30-year-old The Old Man, who was walking in Block 100 North Campbell Avenue, was streaked in his right upper arm, police said. He got on a train and turned up at Sherman Hospital in Elgin.