Woman suffers graze wound in West Pullman shooting

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A bullet grazed a 23-year-old woman’s head as she walked out of a West Pullman neighborhood home Wednesday afternoon on the Far South Side.

Multiple people walked up and opened fire on her about 1 p.m. in the 900 block of West 116th Place, according to Chicago Police.

The woman declined medical treatment for the graze wound and was uncooperative with investigators, police said.

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