Two people shot and killed in bar in south suburban Worth

The shooting occurred early Monday at the Crossing Bar and Grill at 6959 W. 111th St., according to a brief statement from Worth police.

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Two people were shot and killed at a bar in south suburban Worth early Monday.

The shooting occurred at the Crossing Bar and Grill at 6959 W. 111th St., according to a brief statement from Worth police.

Daniel Sereiko, 38, and Kevin Michael Drexel, 30, were taken to Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, where they died, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office.

Police released no details of the shooting other than saying it remained under investigation and “there is no threat to the public.”

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