MAP: Christmas weekend shootings tracker for Dec. 22 – 26

SHARE MAP: Christmas weekend shootings tracker for Dec. 22 – 26

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This map will update throughout the Christmas holiday weekend as shootings in Chicago are confirmed. Click on a location for the time, address and other details about each shooting over the weekend.

Unknown Friday — Man shows up at Rush hospital with gunshot wound to cheek

4:22 p.m. Friday — Man shot in North Lawndale

6:35 p.m. Friday — Man shot, seriously wounded in Belmont Central

11:30 p.m. Friday — 22-year-old man wounded in Marquette Park drive-by shooting

1 a.m. Saturday — 34-year-old man shot in Belmont Central

1:30 a.m. Saturday — 22-year-old man shot at party in Fifth City

2:18 a.m. Saturday — Man shot in Montclare

4:45 a.m. Saturday — Man killed, woman wounded in Chicago Lawn drive-by shooting

6:15 a.m. Saturday — Man shot in temple in Englewood

10:27 a.m. Saturday — 15-year-old boy hurt in Austin shooting

12:50 p.m. Saturday — Man shot on Northwest Side

2:34 p.m. Saturday — Man killed, another wounded in Austin shooting

5:31 p.m. Saturday — Man shot dead in Roseland

5:45 p.m. Saturday — Man shot in Austin

5:55 p.m. Saturday — 2 men wounded in Gresham drive-by shooting

10:45 p.m. Saturday — 2 men shot in Austin

1:05 a.m. Sunday — Man shot, seriously wounded in Washington Park

3:50 a.m. Sunday — Man shot on Near West Side

6:15 p.m. Sunday — Attempted robber shot to death in South Loop

12:14 a.m. Monday — Man shot to death in Chatham

5 p.m. Monday — Woman, 26, shot in West Englewood

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