Three people were shot and injured Friday in a suburb west of Chicago, authorities said.
The Chicago Police Department said a man was sitting in a parked car with a woman standing near the driver’s side window when they were both hit by gunfire around 10:15 p.m. in South Austin, reported the Chicago Sun-Times.
The man, 34, was shot twice in the neck and was taken to hospital in critical condition, and the woman, 31, was shot in the elbow and in good condition, police said .
A third person, a 32-year-old man, was driving down the street when the shooting happened and was also hit by gunfire, police said. He was also taken to hospital and is in good condition.
No additional details about the shooting were immediately made available. No one was in custody.
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