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Man’s leg grazed in Far South Side shooting

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A bullet grazed a man’s leg in an Eden Green neighborhood shooting late Thursday on the Far South Side.

About 11:25 p.m., the 42-year-old was walking in the 13300 block of South Indiana when a gunman opened fire from a parking lot nearby, according to Chicago Police.

He declined medical treatment at the scene, police said. No one was in custody for the shooting.

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