CHICAGO, IL (SOUTH CHICAGO)
Cover Photo Courtesy: ABC-7 Chicago
Police returned to the scene of a shooting in which seven men were shot in Chicago on Sunday afternoon. According to a report from CBS-2 CHICAGO, police were interviewing possible witnesses and passing out flyers at the strip mall located at 79th Street & Exchange Avenue, on Monday morning/afternoon.
Police said, the seven victims, who were all standing in front of Little Caesars Pizza, when two cars drove up. One of the people in the group spoke briefly with someone in the car. Almost immediately afterward, someone began firing at the group. Police said up to 60 rounds were fired in total.
A 63, 62, 59, and 36-year old man were all shot in the legs. They were all taken to local Hospitals and all were last reported to be in good condition. A 51-year old man was shot once in the hip. He was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital and last reported to also be in good condition. A 34-year old man was shot in the chest and a 31-year old man was shot in the abdomen. Both men were taken to M of U Medical Center and last reported to be in critical condition.
No suspects have been named and no arrests have been made at this time.