MAP: Chicago weekend shootings tracker for Feb. 23 – 26

SHARE MAP: Chicago weekend shootings tracker for Feb. 23 – 26

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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.

9:21 p.m. Friday — Man shot in face, critically wounded on Near West Side

9:50 p.m. Friday — Police: Man shot in Humboldt Park after following Jeep that fled scene of crash

9:55 p.m. Friday — Man shot in Chatham drive-by attack

12:01 a.m. Saturday— Man shot while walking on sidewalk in Lawndale

12:28 a.m. Saturday — Man, 37, wounded in Austin shooting

1:47 a.m. Saturday — Man critically wounded in Lawndale shooting

2:04 a.m. Saturday — Man shot and seriously wounded while riding in vehicle on Far South Side

4:21 a.m. Saturday — Man wounded in South Shore drive-by shooting

1:01 p.m. Saturday — Man wounded in Lawndale shooting

3:10 p.m. Saturday — Man shot in Fifth City

4:31 p.m. Saturday – Man wounded in Back of the Yards shooting

6:05 p.m. Saturday – Man, 29, shot in Gresham

8:19 p.m. Saturday – Police:17-year-old boy shot to death in Chatham

8:39 p.m. Saturday – Police: Man fatally shot in Englewood

10:15 p.m. Saturday – Man, 18, shot in South Austin

3:40 a.m. Sunday – Person shot to death in South Austin

3:51 a.m. Sunday – Man shot in hand in South Austin

1:28 p.m. Sunday – Boy, 16, shot in West Garfield Park

1:36 p.m. Sunday – Man wounded in West Garfield Park shooting

9 p.m. Sunday – Two girls shot in Hermosa

9:35 p.m. Sunday – Woman, 19, shot in Logan Square

9:50 p.m. Sunday – Man, 22, shot in East Garfield Park drive-by

10:50 p.m. Sunday – Man shot and killed in Chatham

2:15 a.m. Monday – Man shot at red light in Lawndale

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