While being robbed on Chicago’s West Side, a 56-year-old man turned the tables and shot at the three thieves, wounding two of them.
According to the police, the incident took place at around 6:00 a.m. in the 4700 block of West Arthington and concluded when the suspects’ car crashed while they were fleeing.
Initially, it went like this: A group of three teenagers drove up to a man in his car, and one of them pulled out a revolver and demanded his possessions.
The victim exited the vehicle, engaged at least one of the teenagers in a physical altercation, and then fired shots in their direction.
Mt. Sinai is currently caring for a teen who was struck in the head and is in critical condition.
A second youngster, who was struck in the shoulder, is in critical condition at Stroger Hospital.
The third passenger, who was riding in the back, had a broken leg and was brought to a local hospital.
The man, who was licensed to carry concealed weapons, escaped unharmed, according to the police. The investigators from Sector 4 have been called in.
Source: CBS News