By Audrina Bigos

CHICAGO (CBS)–A 22-year-old man was shot and killed along a safe passage route on Chicago’s southeast side Wednesday afternoon.

Chicago Police say the man was standing on a sidewalk in the 200 block of East 63rd Street in the Parkway Gardens neighborhood around 4:30 p.m. when an unknown vehicle pulled up next to him and an offender inside the vehicle fired shots. A bullet struck the victim in the head, killing him.

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The shooting happened just a block away from Dulles Elementary School along a Chicago Public Schools Safe Passage route. Shots rang out during broad daylight, just after the final school bell rang.

It was the second shooting on a Safe Passage Route in a week.

Safe Passage Routes, targeted by police as “high-risk areas,” are designated routes for getting kids to school safely.

But the effectiveness of these routes is being questioned tonight after the fatal shooting.

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“There’s too much shooting,” said Marquett Lee, a parent of a child at Dulles Elementary School. “Our kids can’t just be safe and can’t walk down the street… go outside.”

Last week, a shooter on a Safe Passage Route in the South Austin neighborhood fired bullets at street signs near a school, striking a 29-year-old Safe Passage worker in the back.

“It says something about the offenders and they really don’t have a regard for anyone else around them,” Chicago police Sgt. Cindy Guerra said after the South Austin shooting.

No students were hurt today in the shooting.

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Police are still investigating and no one is in custody.