MAP: Chicago weekend shooting tracker for April 29 – May 2

SHARE MAP: Chicago weekend shooting tracker for April 29 – May 2

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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.

8 p.m. Friday — 15-year-old boy shot in Englewood

10:50 p.m. Friday — Man critically wounded in Austin shooting

12:10 a.m. Saturday — Man shot in Greater Grand Crossing

1:46 a.m. Saturday — Two shot in West Garfield Park

2:05 a.m. Saturday — Man shot to death in North Lawndale shooting

4:40 a.m. Saturday — Man shot, critically wounded in North Lawndale

4:50 a.m. Saturday — Two shot in South Shore

1:20 p.m. Saturday — Police: 1 killed, 1 wounded in South Side shootout

2:18 p.m. Saturday — 3 men shot in Woodlawn

8 p.m. Saturday — Man shot in Park Manor

9:15 p.m. Saturday — Teen shot in Chatham

12:15 a.m. Sunday — Man shot in Back of the Yards

3 a.m. Sunday — Two walk into police station after South Side shooting

4:10 a.m. Sunday — Man wounded in Portage Park shooting

4:30 a.m. Sunday — Two shot in Roseland

6:10 a.m. Sunday — Man shot, critically wounded in Austin

9:45 a.m. Sunday — Man seriously wounded in West Garfield Park shooting

5:26 p.m. Sunday — Woman shot in East Garfield Park

7:05 p.m. Sunday — 1 shot on West Side

9:40 p.m. Sunday — Man, 65, shot in West Pullman

12:55 a.m. Monday — Woman shot to death in Edgewater

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