Bloody Sunday Night Resulted in 2 Deaths and 19 Injuries

Bloody Sunday Night Resulted in 2 Deaths and 19 Injuries

Bloody Sunday evening finished with 19 shots and two deaths in South and West parts of Chicago.

The first shooting took place in the 4400 block of South Prairie, a man and a woman were shot next to the block where they lived. They were taken to the hospital, received the necessary treatment. The woman`s condition was stabilized but the man died from being shot in his chest.

Police received information about the next shooting from the 11900 block of South Michigan Avenue. Two men became victims of killers. One of them died in the hospital being shot on the chest also, the second man survived.

The other shots were in the 13000 block of South Drexel and in the 700 block of North Central Park Avenue. Three men and two women were injured and taken to hospitals in different conditions. All of them were stabilized.

11 other men and 3 women were injured during this evening in the different districts in Chicago. Police are investigating these cases. No one of the victims identified the killers.

Senior editor of the Chicago Morning Star

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