4 wounded in Burnside shooting

They were in front of a home when someone fired shots from a silver-colored vehicle, police said.

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Chicago police investigate the scene where multiple people were shot in the 9200 block of South Ellis Avenue in the Burnside neighborhood, Tuesday, June 23, 2020. | Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times

Chicago police investigate the scene where multiple people were shot in the 9100 block of South Ellis Avenue in the Burnside neighborhood, June 23, 2020.

Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times

Four people were shot Tuesday in Burnside on the South Side.

The shooting happened about 5 p.m. in the 9100 block of South Ellis Avenue, according to Chicago police and fire officials.

They were outside a home when someone in a silver-colored vehicle unleashed gunfire, police said.

Chicago police investigate the scene where multiple people were shot in the 9200 block of South Ellis Ave. in the Burnside neighborhood, Tuesday, June 23, 2020. | Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times

Chicago police investigate the scene where multiple people were shot in the 9100 block of South Ellis Avenue in the Burnside neighborhood, June 23, 2020.

Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times

A 27-year-old man was shot in the shoulder, leg and foot, police said. A 33-year-old woman was shot in the shoulder, back and leg, while a second woman, 60, was struck in the back.

The trio was taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center, where the man and the older woman were listed in good condition and the younger woman was in serious condition, officials said.

A 60-year-old man was taken to Trinity Hospital in good condition with a gunshot wound to the hand, police said.

No arrests have been reported. Area Two detectives are investigating.

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