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Washington Park had a 16-Year-Old Boy Injured By Shooting

Washington Park on the South Side saw a 16-year-old kid shot and injured Thursday afternoon.

The adolescent was near the sidewalk in the 6000 block of South Prairie Avenue at 3:15 p.m. when someone in a passing car shot him in the thigh and arm, Chicago police said.

Boy, 16, shot, wounded in Washington Park - Chicago Sun-Times

Also read: Chicago Police Say a 13-Year-Old Boy is Charged with Stealing a Car and Leading Them on a High-Speed Chase from an Elmhurst Dealership

He was in good health at the University of Chicago Medical Center.

Nobody was arrested.

Source: https://chicago.suntimes.com/

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