Chicago shooting: Man shot after argument on CTA bus in Lawndale, police say

Chicago shooting: Man shot after argument on CTA bus in Lawndale, police say

CHICAGO (TOC) — Chicago has seen plenty of violent incidents throughout all the CTA system all through the week and the security considerations do not look like going away for transit riders.

On this Sunday morning case, a 31-year-old man is the sufferer and police say he’s okay.

The 31-year-old is anticipated to be okay, Chicago police mentioned.

Police mentioned the incident started with a verbal argument involving one other passenger on a CTA bus in Lawndale’s 700 block of South Pulaski. A number of photographs have been fired at about 12:15 a.m. and the person struck in the appropriate leg.

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The bus driver stopped after listening to gunshots and the shooter left the bus and fled north, police mentioned.

Fortunately, no different passengers have been harm.

The person was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital, the place he was in good situation, police mentioned. Nobody was in custody.

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