A man was shot while driving in Chicago's River North neighborhood Thursday evening, according to police.
At 9:53 p.m., a 38-year-old man was driving eastbound on the 100 block of W. Chicago Ave. when a brown sedan approached the vehicle, police say.
According to police, unknown offender then began firing shots into the man's vehicle from the passenger side. The victim sustained a gunshot wounds to the abdomen, groin and right thigh and was transported to Northwestern hospital in good condition.
No one is in custody. Area three detectives are investigating.
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The shooting comes as Chicago police say they've deployed more resources downtown due to a rise in violent crime. And last month, Cook County announced that River North neighborhood will soon see a new Sheriff's Office command post, and an increased presence of Sheriff's Police in the area.