CHICAGO (CBS) — Newly-released surveillance video showed people running and ducking for cover during a shooting along the Chicago River downtown last weekend.
Police released the video Wednesday in hopes of identifying possible witnesses or suspects.READ MORE: 1 Killed, 9 Others Injured In Mass Shooting On South Side
Investigators are zeroing in on two men who are seen on the video possibly holding guns.Chicago Weather: Thunderstorms Bring Heavy Rain, Hail, Powerful Winds, Cooler Temperatures
They were found in a car in the 0-99 block of East Wacker Drive near Wabash Avenue around 2:30 a.m. Sunday when they waved down officers for help, according to Chicago Police.
Police said a quarrel between an unidentified man and a group of people led to that same man taking out his gun.
“‘Boom! Boom! Boom!’” said witness Travis Whitaker. “Next thing you know, shorty’s laying there.”MORE NEWS: Chicago Spelling Bee Champion Danielle Addo Competes In Scripps National Spelling Bee Preliminaries
The 35-year-old man was shot once in the neck, and the 25-year-old woman was shot once in each arm. Both were taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and the man died a short time later. The woman was reported in good condition.