Two shot in West Englewood

Two men were shot in the South Side West Englewood neighborhood Thursday night.

The men, 24 and 37, were standing outside in the 6600 block of South Bishop at 11:15 p.m. when someone fired shots from the back seat of a passing light-colored car, police said.

Both men were shot in the leg and taken to Holy Cross Hospital, where their conditions had stabilized, police said.

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