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At Least Two Wounded in Rogers Park, Englewood Shootings Wednesday Morning

By Mina Bloom | January 14, 2015 2:27pm
  The shootings occurred in Rogers Park and Englewood, police said.
The shootings occurred in Rogers Park and Englewood, police said.
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CHICAGO — At least two people were shot in separate shootings in Rogers Park and Englewood Wednesday morning, police said.

Most recently, around 11:50 a.m., an 18-year-old man was shot in the 1600 block of West Columbia Avenue in Rogers Park, according to Officer Jose Estrada, a Chicago police spokesman, citing preliminary information.

The man was taken to St. Francis Hospital with a gunshot wound in his left leg, Estrada said. He is listed in good condition.

About 50 minutes earlier, a man, 28, was walking down the street in the 6900 block of South Justine Street in Englewood when he heard shots and felt pain, Estrada said.

Described as "uncooperative," the victim was transported to Advocate Christ Medical Center with multiple gunshot wounds in his left leg and stomach, Estrada said.

He is listed in critical condition. 

Police said both incidents may have been gang-related, as the victims are documented gang members.

No one is in custody for either shooting, and detectives are investigating.

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