Two of them are critical, and it is not clear for the remaining two what condition they are in, according to the police
At least four people were killed and four were injured Tuesday morning in a shooting in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood, police said, citing preliminary data.
Police were called around 5:40 to check on more people shot, published a police spokesman.
At least four people were killed and four were hospitalized. Two of them are critical, and for the remaining two it is not clear what condition they are in, according to the police.
Police do not believe that there were minors among the wounded and killed, but the age of the victims is unknown for now.
One man, whose age is unknown, was shot in the back of the head and hospitalized at Advocate Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn.
Another man, 25, was also shot in the back of the head and placed in the same hospital. One woman is in critical condition and is hospitalized at the University of Chicago Medical Center.
A 23-year-old man came to St. Mary’s Hospital. Bernard with a gunshot wound to the back. He was transferred to the University of Chicago Medical Center and is in critical condition.
Police say several people gathered in one home and that the shooting occurred after the quarrel escalated.
“More people have gunshot wounds,” a police statement said.
It was not clear at first how many people were injured. Earlier, police spokeswoman Sally Bown said she could not confirm reports that more than one person had been killed. The investigation is ongoing,