MAP: Chicago weekend shooting tracker for Feb. 26 – 28

SHARE MAP: Chicago weekend shooting tracker for Feb. 26 – 28
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This map will update throughout the weekend as shootings in Chicago are confirmed. Click on a location for the time, address and other details about each shooting over the weekend.

4:26 p.m. Friday — Man wounded in Auburn Gresham shooting

9:45 p.m. Friday — Woman fatally shot in Armour Square

10 p.m. Friday — 2 women, 1 man shot in North Lawndale

11:55 p.m. Friday — Man wounded in South Chicago shooting

12:30 a.m. Saturday — Woman grazed by bullet in West Garfield Park

6:15 a.m. Saturday — Man wounded in East Garfield Park shooting

1:30 p.m. Saturday – 2 menshot in West Englewood

2:30 p.m. Saturday – 17-year-old boy shot in South Shore

3:47 p.m. Saturday – 1 dead, 1 injured in Auburn Gresham shooting

3:54 p.m Saturday – Man shot in Auburn Gresham

4:45 p.m. Saturday – Man wounded in South Lawndale shooting

5:32 p.m. Saturday – 19-year-old woman shot, wounded in North Lawndale

8:59 p.m. Saturday – Man shot, wounded in Belmont Cragin

9:26 p.m. Saturday – 17-year-old boy wounded in Austin drive-by shooting

10:20 p.m. Saturday – Man shot, wounded in Englewood

12:55 a.m. Sunday – Woman shot in Montclare

1:35 a.m. Sunday– Man shot in Lawndale

2:20 a.m. Sunday– Teenager shot in South Chicago

4 a.m. Sunday – Man shot in Roseland

2:52 p.m. Sunday – Man wounded in Chicago Lawn drive-by shooting

4:50 p.m. Sunday—Man shot in Logan Square

7:28 p.m. Sunday — Woman grazed by bullet in Humboldt Park


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