A woman was wounded during a shootout Sunday morning at a West Pullman restaurant on the Far South Side.
Two people began arguing inside the restaurant in the 11600 block of South Halsted Street about 2:45 a.m. when one male walked outside and opened fire, Chicago police said.
The other male returned fire from inside and a 26-year-old woman waiting to order was struck in the forearm, police said.
She was taken to Roseland Community Hospital in fair condition, officials said.
No one was in custody.
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