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1 killed, 1 wounded in Roseland shooting

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A man was killed and another wounded in a shooting Monday in Roseland on the Far South Side.

They were sitting in a car about 5:10 p.m. when two people approached on foot and fired shots, Chicago police said.

The men in the vehicle drove off from the 11200 block of South Wentworth but crashed into traffic that was also fleeing the scene, police said.

Kimino Madlock, 29, was shot in the arm and neck, police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office said. He was taken to to Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, where he died. Madlock lived a block away from the shooting.

The second man, 28, was shot in the head, police said. His condition was stabilized at the same hospital.

Area South detectives are investigating. No arrests have been made, police said.

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