By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS)– An object, suspected to be a bullet, struck a window at Rush University Medical Center.

A hospital spokesperson said the Chicago Police Department has “not yet come to a conclusive answer as to what hit the window.”

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The hospital reported the damage early Monday morning on the north side of the 14th floor.

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Rush is located on Harrison Street in the medical district.

No injuries were reported.

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