Chicago police and fire officials say at least five individuals were shot and are in serious condition on Sunday night in the Roseland neighborhood.
The Chicago Police Department reports that at least five persons were shot around West 99th Street and South Princeton Avenue; as of Sunday night, the victims’ conditions remained unknown.
According to initial reports from the Chicago Fire Department, at least one person has died and five others are in critical condition. Fire officials refused to confirm a fatality despite repeated demands for information.
The tweet below verifies the news:
Police, fire: At least 5 in hospital after shooting in Roseland https://t.co/QZ38nUcG3e
— Andrew Smith (@AndrewSmithNews) June 19, 2023
The circumstances surrounding the shooting, and what led up to it, remain unknown at this time. Fire and police officials have not yet released information about the victims’ ages or genders.
At least five individuals, according to fire officials, were injured and brought to area hospitals like Roseland Hospital, Advocate Christ Medical Center, and the University of Chicago Medical Center.
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