Ten People Shot by Gunman at Chicago Pool Hall
CHICAGO (AP) _ A gunman entered a pool hall and started firing Friday night, police said. Ten people were injured, hospital officials said.
Police detective Steve Barnas confirmed the shootings on Chicago’s South Side but said he had no details, including whether anyone had been arrested.
Five people were taken to Humana-Michael Reese Hospital, said a nursing supervisor who refused to give her name. Four were in fair condition with bullet wounds to the arms and shoulders. The fifth was in serious condition with a chest wound.
Two victims were taken to University of Chicago Hospitals, one in good condition with an arm wound and one in fair condition with multiple injuries, spokesman Bill Burton said.
Two teen-agers were in stable condition at Chicago Osteopathic Hospital and Medical Center, one with multiple wounds to the arm, leg and back and the other shot in the foot, said nursing supervisor F. Yadao.
A 68-year-old man was in serious condition at Cook County Hospital with a gunshot wound in his arm, said hospital administrator Marlo Hodges.