Tuesday afternoon’s West Garfield Park shooting injured a 14-year-old kid and a 25-year-old man.
Chicago police said at least one suspect exited a car and opened fire on the two at a convenience store in the first block of South Kostner Avenue about 4:30 p.m.
Police said the youngster was wounded in the right hand and left leg and transferred to Stroger Hospital. He was reportedly in good condition.
Officials said the guy went to Rush University Medical Center with a right leg gunshot wound. He was also healthy.
Nobody was arrested.