4 shot outside bar in suburban Berwyn: police

Early Saturday morning officers responded to calls of shots fired outside and inside Tipsy’s Tap, 6802 W. 26th St., according to police.

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Four people were shot Saturday morning outside a bar in west suburban Berwyn, according to police.

About 2:20 a.m., officers responded to calls of shots fired outside and inside Tipsy’s Tap, 6802 W. 26th St., and found the four people shot, Berwyn police said. All were expected to survive.

Several people were taken into custody, according to police, but no charges have been announced.

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