Man killed, woman critically hurt in Little Village shooting

They were in a vehicle in the 3400 block of West 24th Street when an SUV pulled alongside them and someone inside opened fire, police said.

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A man and a woman were shot and critically injured Jan. 25, 2020, in the 3400 block of West 24th Street in Little Village.

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A man was killed and a woman was critically wounded in a shooting Saturday in Little Village on the Southwest Side.

Arturo Luna, 32, and the woman, 33, were in a vehicle at 5:13 a.m. when an SUV pulled alongside them in the 3400 block of West 24th Street and someone inside opened fire, according to Chicago police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office.

Luna was hit in the head while the woman was hit in the lower back and buttocks, officials said. Both were taken to Mount Sinai Hospital, where Luna was pronounced dead and the woman was listed in critical condition.

An autopsy conducted Sunday confirmed that he died of his gunshot wound, the medical examiner’s office said. His death has been ruled a homicide.

No arrests have been made as Area Central detectives investigate.

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