CHICAGO – On Wednesday, the police in the city were looking into a probable case of road rage that resulted in a shooting on the South Side of the city. The incident featured rounds being fired at a moving car, which resulted in the glass being shattered, and a guy being injured in the neck. According to the report that was filed by CBS 2’s Tara Molina on Wednesday afternoon, police stated that they are in the preliminary phases of their investigation into the crime, which took place in two different communities along 95th Street.
The victim, a 29-year-old man, was reportedly a passenger in the back seat of a car when someone in another vehicle shot him in the neck around 95th Street and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive at approximately 9:45 in the morning, according to the police. Gunfire smashed a window in the rear passenger compartment. Although a police radio communication suggested that the shooting was the result of road rage, authorities have not independently corroborated this information.
The vehicle in which the victim was traveling continued for another two and a half miles west on 95th Street until it arrived at Ashland Avenue. The victim then dialed 911 from there. After being transported there, he is currently listed as being in critical condition at the Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn. The severity of his injuries was emphasized by the police.
We were able to get in touch with the victim’s family and find out more information. They were averse to appearing on camera for whatever reason. Area The shooting incident is being investigated by two detectives. As of late Wednesday, no one was being held in custody.
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