Man wounded in Gage Park shooting

SHARE Man wounded in Gage Park shooting
cpd_uniform.jpg

Sun-Times file photo

A man was shot in the Gage Park neighborhood on the Southwest Side Wednesday night.

About 9:10 p.m., the 26-year-old man was talking in an alley in the 5100 block of South Sawyer when a white SUV pulled in and someone inside the vehicle opened fire, according to Chicago Police.

The man was shot in the groin and left leg and a female acquaintance took him to St. Anthony Hospital, police said. He was later transferred in serious-but-stable condition to Stroger Hospital.

The Latest
The focus in Chicago has centered on consent decree compliance levels and deadlines, but that will never give a true look at the improvements that have been made across CPD. The work we are doing is not about getting out of the consent decree as fast as we can
A science reporter shares a rare moment of awe surrounded by strangers gathered to experience the natural phenomenon that occurs every 221 years.
Noon Whistle Pub’s timely offering is made with the real insects.
The children, all of whom suffered minor injuries were taken to area hospitals after the wreck, which happened at 8:35 a.m. in Will County.
Citing financial woes, the provider of specialized care for low-income, LGBTQ+ and HIV-positive patients, said it will shutter its Diversey clinic at 2800 N. Sheridan Road and Thresholds South clinic at 734 W. 47th St.