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Two killed, two wounded in South Chicago shooting

Four young men were shot in the South Chicago neighborhood Sunday evening and two in that group have died from their injuries, authorities said.

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Two killed, two wounded in South Chicago shooting

SOUTH CHICAGO, Chicago - Four young men were shot in the South Chicago neighborhood Sunday evening and two in that group have died from their injuries, authorities said.

The mass shooting happened around 6:47 p.m. on the 8600 block of S. Kingston in the South Chicago neighborhood on the city's southeast side.

Police said four men were hanging out on the front porch of a house on the above block when two unknown offenders approached the group, pulled out pistols, and fired shots.

All four men were hit. Two of them died. The victims and their injuries are listed below:

  • 18/male: Struck to the forearm and thigh. Serious condition.
  • 20/male: Struck to the abdomen. Serious condition
  • 20/male: Struck to the buttocks and stomach. Pronounced dead.
  • Unknown/male: Struck multiple times to the body. Pronounced dead.

There are no offenders in custody.


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