Man critically injured in Uptown shooting

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SHARE Man critically injured in Uptown shooting

A 24-year-oldmanwas shot several times and critically injured in the Uptown neighborhood on the North Side early Monday.

About 3:55 a.m.,he was walking in the 900 block of West Wilson when someone in a silver car opened fire, striking him in“the hip and scrotum area,” police said.

He was taken to Weiss Memorial Hospitalin critical condition, police said.

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