MAP: Chicago weekend shootings tracker for June 9-12

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This map will update throughout the weekend as shootings in Chicago are confirmed. Click on a location for the time, address and other details about each shooting over the weekend.

5:13 p.m. Friday — Police: Man, 18, shot to death in Austin

6:46 p.m. Friday — Police: Man, 21, killed in Belmont Central shooting

2:56 a.m. Saturday — Man shot in North Lawndale

4 a.m. Saturday — Man critical after West Pullman shooting

11:45 a.m. Saturday — Man hurt in Englewood shooting

8:38 p.m. Saturday—15-year-old girl shot in Auburn Gresham

8:42 p.m. Saturday—Man, 27, shot in Brainerd

9:33 p.m. Saturday—29-year-old man shot in Englewood

10:42 p.m. Saturday — Teenager critically wounded in Gresham shooting

10:48 p.m. Saturday — Man found shot, critically wounded in South Shore

12:19 a.m. Sunday — 2 men shot in Englewood

12:38 a.m. Sunday — 2 women wounded in North Austin shooting

1:26 a.m. Sunday — Man shot in West Garfield Park

1:27 a.m. Sunday — 2 wounded in Marquette Park shooting

1:27 a.m. Sunday — 2 men shot in Austin

1:28 a.m. Sunday — Police: 29-year-old man killed in Humboldt Park shooting

2:04 a.m. Sunday — 2 shot on Chicago Riverwalk in the Loop

3:13 a.m. Sunday — Police: 3 men shot, 1 fatally, in Back of the Yards

3:14 a.m. Sunday — 9 wounded in Lawndale shooting

4:02 a.m. Sunday — Man shot while driving on West Side

5:07 a.m. Sunday — Man critically wounded in Lawndale shooting

5:30 a.m. Sunday—Man shot in Austin drives himself to Oak Park hospital

12:47 p.m. Sunday—19-year-old man shot in Little Village

5:10 p.m. Sunday — Police: 24-year-old man shot to death in Back of the Yards

7 p.m. Sunday — 2 boys critically wounded in 31st Street Beach shooting

9:40 p.m. Sunday — 36-year-old woman shot in Woodlawn

11 p.m. Sunday — Woman shot in Gresham

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