At least seven are wounded after a rash of shootings broke out in the city late Friday night and early Saturday morning.
Seven people have been wounded in separate shootings Friday night and early Saturday all over the city.
The shootings started at 9:50 p.m. when a 17-year-old West Englewood girl was struck in the face by a bullet, the Chicago Tribune reported. The teen is listed in fair condition at John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital said Police New Affairs Officer Hector Alfaro.
Later, a Humboldt Park man shot in the leg at the 2800 block of West Augusta Boulevard, said Alfaro.
A 15-year-old Gage Park boy was shot in the forearm from someone in a red vehicle at 11:05 p.m, police reported.
Less than an hour later, two men in Lawndale were wounded when gunfire broke out near the 1400 block of South Trumbull Avenue.
A 26-year-old man was grazed in the chest by a bullet when a shooter fired at his vehicle. A 26-year-old witness suffered a gunshot wound to the chin during the shooting.
An 18-year-old Roseland man was wounded in the abdomen at the 200 block of West 109th Place and is in critical condition.
At 1:33 a.m. Saturday morning, a man was shot in the abdomen at the 3400 block of North Milwaukee Avenue.
Currently, no one is in custody for the shootings, but detectives are investigating.