Chicago Goes 22 Hours Without One Person Being Shot

No one was shot in Chicago for more than 22 hours Friday, police said. From 12:35 a.m. to shortly after 10:55 p.m., shootings citywide did not result in any reported deaths or injuries.

Then a 39-year-old man walking in the South Austin neighborhood heard gunshots, police said. A bullet grazed his right leg.

About 3 miles southeast, in the Lawndale neighborhood, the only other person shot Friday in Chicago was also walking down the street, when someone tried to rob him.

SOURCE: Chicago Tribune, Hannah Leone