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4 shot, 2 killed at party in West Pullman

Four people were shot, two of whom died, at a party in West Pullman in the early Saturday morning hours, authorities said.

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4 shot, 2 killed at party in West Pullman

WEST PULLMAN, Chicago - Four people were shot, two of whom died, at a party in West Pullman in the early Saturday morning hours, authorities said.

The shooting occurred around 12:15 a.m. Saturday morning on the 12700 block of S. Halsted in the West Pullman neighborhood on the city's south side.

Police said there was a "gathering" of about 30 people this morning at an address on the above block when a currently unknown person at the party started shooting. The victims and their conditions are as follows:

  • 34-year-old male. Gunshot wound to the head. Transported to Christ Hospital in critical condition where he was later pronounced dead.
  • 36-year-old male. Gunshot wound to the head. Transported to Christ Hospital in critical condition where he was later pronounced dead.
  • 27-year-old male. Gunshot wound to the back. Transported to University of Chicago Hospital where he was listed in good condition.
  • 26-year-old female. She was able to self-transport to Roseland Hospital with two gunshot wounds to her lower left leg. She is reportedly in good condition.

There is no one in custody. Area One detectives are investigating.


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