Man critically hurt after gunmen open fire inside West Garfield Park restaurant
Two gunmen entered the restaurant in the 500 block of South Kostner Avenue and began firing, striking the 31-year-old in the back, shoulder and buttocks, Chicago police said.
A man was critically wounded after two gunmen opened fire Thursday night inside a restaurant in West Garfield Park.
The two gunmen entered the restaurant in the 500 block of South Kostner Avenue just after 10 p.m. and began firing, striking the 31-year-old in the back, shoulder and buttocks, Chicago police said.
He was taken to Stroger Hospital in critical condition, police said
The gunman fled the scene, according to police.
There was no one in custody.
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