1 killed, 3 wounded in Hammond road rage shooting

A man was pronounced dead and another was flown to Chicago for treatment.

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A man was shot dead and three others wounded in a road rage incident Tuesday in Hammond, Indiana, according to police.

Officers responded about 6:30 p.m. to the area of Michigan Street and Calumet Avenue for reports of shots fired, Hammond police said in a statement posted to social media. They learned a shooting occurred during a fit of road rage near Michigan and Cline Avenue.

Uriel Arambula, 25, of Hammond, died in a the shooting, according to the Lake County coroner’s office. Another male was flown to a hospital in Chicago for treatment, according to police. Two other people were taken to local hospitals.

No arrests have been reported. Anyone with information is asked to call Hammond police at 219-852-2988.

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