Car struck by gunfire on Kennedy Expressway

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No one was injured when a car was struck by gunfire late Tuesday on the Kennedy Expressway on the North Side.

At 11:44 p.m., the car was struck by three bullets as it traveled north on Interstate 90 near Diversey Avenue, according to Illinois State Police. No injuries were reported.

Northbound lanes of I-90 were reopened just before 1 a.m. following a half hour closure, state police said.

No one was in custody as state police investigated the shooting incident.

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