CHICAGO (CBS) — A person was shot while driving on the Bishop Ford Freeway Sunday evening, Illinois State Police said.

At 8:23 p.m., state police were called to the northbound Bishop Ford at 103rd Street. They learned the victim had suffered multiple gunshot wounds, state police said.

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The victim’s condition was not immediately available.

Around 8:25 p.m., all northbound lanes were closed for an investigation. Traffic was diverted off the expressway at the Stony Island Avenue ramp.

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Further details were not available Sunday night.

This was the second expressway shooting in Chicago within 24 hours.

Early Sunday morning, a woman was shot on the Dan Ryan Expressway. That shooting happened in the northbound express lanes at 43rd Street just before 2 a.m., ISP said.

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Shortly, after state police responded to a fire station where they had a 27-year-old woman from Chicago with a non-life threatening gunshot wound as a passenger in the expressway shooting. The driver and remaining passengers were not injured.