CHICAGO — A 23-year-old man shot outside a Red Line station in Roseland temporarily halted commuter service Sunday afternoon, according to police.
The man was in the first block of West 95th Street when at about 1:05 p.m. Sunday he got into a fight with another man, said Officer Kevin Quaid, a Chicago police Spokesman.
The man he was fighting with pulled out a gun and shot him in his left shoulder, Quaid said. After being shot, the man ran into the 95th Street Red Line station, where first responders found him, Quaid said.
He was then taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in critical condition, Quaid said.
A person of interest is being questioned in the shooting, Quaid said.
The incident caused a temporary delay for Red Line trains, according to CTA
Normal service on the Red Line has resumed after earlier police activity.— cta (@cta) October 16, 2016
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