MAP: Chicago weekend shootings tracker for March 16 – 19

SHARE MAP: Chicago weekend shootings tracker for March 16 – 19

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.

4:27 p.m. Friday — Police: Man shot to death in West Pullman

5:25 p.m. Friday — Man shot during robbery attempt shows up at West Englewood fire station

9:28 p.m. Friday — Police: Man shot to death in Hyde Park

1:19 a.m. Saturday — Police: Boy, 17, shot dead while driving onto Eisenhower Expressway

2:29 a.m. Saturday — Man shot, critically wounded while walking into South Chicago home

4:30 a.m. Saturday — Man shot during robbery in Ashburn

4:37 p.m. Saturday — Man, 23, shot in Chatham

5:40 p.m. Saturday — Man killed in Gresham shooting

8:15 p.m. Saturday — Man shot while sitting in parked car in Little Village

10:33 p.m. Saturday — Police: 1 shot dead, 1 grazed by bullet while driving in Back of the Yards

1:40 a.m. Sunday — Man shot while standing on sidewalk in Homan Square

3 a.m. Sunday — Man wounded in Portage Park drive-by shooting

3:30 a.m. Sunday — 2 wounded in shooting on Dan Ryan

6:47 a.m. Sunday — Man shot in Gage Park

4:02 p.m. Sunday – Man, 41, shot on Northwest Side

6:30 p.m. Sunday – Police: Man, 49, shot and killed near Green Line stop in Austin

8:45 p.m. Sunday – Man fatally shot after 5 people approached him in Austin neighborhood

10:30 p.m. Sunday – Man shot outside Englewood ‘Peace House’

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