Three Chicago Police officers were injured in a crash Thursday night in the Brighton Park neighborhood on the Southwest Side.

About 6 p.m., officers were responding to a call of a person shot when their squad car was struck by a vehicle that failed to yield at 43rd Street and Western Avenue, Chicago Police said. The squad car had its emergency lights activated at the time of the crash.

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Three officers were in the squad car and all were taken to Rush University Medical Center for treatment, police said.

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One officer suffered shoulder and leg injuries and remained hospitalized, but his condition had stabilized, police said. The other two officers suffered minor injuries and were treated and released.

A shooting victim was not found, police said.

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