Bullet appears to enter Rush University Medical Center window; no injuries

The damaged was found early Monday in a north-facing window at the Near West Side hospital campus.

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Rush University Medical Center

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A bullet appeared to damage a window early Monday at Rush University Medical Center on the Near West Side, police said.

The damaged was found about 12:30 a.m. in a 14th-floor, north-facing window at the hospital in the 1600 block of West Harrison Street, Chicago police said in a statement.

Police reported no injuries.

Detectives were investigating the incident.

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