By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — Four people were hurt in a crash in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood after an argument turned into a hit-and-run Friday night.

Officers responded to a crash in the area of Lake Street and Ashland Avenue where the driver of a white Audi told police the man who rammed into the back of his car in a White Durango chased him down just after 10:30 p.m. after the two had an argument earlier in the night.

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None of the four people in that car were seriously hurt.

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Police say they spotted the man responsible for the wreck get out of his truck about a block away. When he saw the officers he dropped a gun and ran off.

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Police were not able to catch him, but they are still looking for him.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff