Fourteen people were shot, three of them deadly, including a woman who sat in Chicago on Friday and early Saturday in Chicago
At 12:30 on Saturday, several people came to the woman in the vehicle in the backyard of the yards and opened the fire, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
The 27-year-old woman was shot in the back and taken to hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
Angie Castro recounted The Chicago Tribune, her friend, drove on the Lyft, where the woman was shot dead.
"He was shocked, nervous," she told the newspaper.
Police say a 20-year-old man was killed around 8:30 pm Friday at a drive-by shoot in the Humboldt Park neighborhood on the West Side, the Sun-Times reported. The bullets were fired by a passing dark colored vehicle.
Friday's first murder took place at 1
George Jackson, 31, sat on a porch as two male gunmen approached and opened the fire
He was beaten into his face, pelvis and both legs. He died an hour later.
Four people killed, nearly 60 shots this weekend over Chicago
The Tribune said a 21-year-old man was critically injured when he shot in the head when gunfire broke at 18:50 from Friday in the Bronzeville neighborhood. Two 17-year-olds were hit in the knuckles.
Witnesses told the newspaper that a teenager was standing over one of the victims, pleading with them to remain conscious.
"Please do not die," the teenager asked.
The shootings come one week after the second-bloody year in the city, with 58 people shot dead and seven killed.
Chicago cream Emanuel is under increasing pressure to take action or resign, as the crime problem increases.
This month he criticized the lack of "moral structure" in predominantly black and Hispanic neighborhoods for the crime stroll.
"That may not be politically correct," he said, "but I know what power which family can have and what power … Our children need this structure … I ask … that we do not either to shy away from a full discussion of the importance of family and faith in helping to develop and promote character, self-esteem, a system of values and a moral compass that enables children to recognize good and evil and right and wrong. " On Monday, Chicago's top cop said that judges must impose harsher penalties on prosecuting weapons
"These shootings are not accidental," Supt. Eddie Johnson said. We know who they are. "
He added," If people do not give us the information we need and our legal partners will not hold them accountable, you would stop if you wanted that, it's ridiculous. "