CHICAGO (CBS)– An off-duty police officer from the suburbs was shot at during a a traffic-related dispute in Auburn Gresham.
Chicago police said the 52-year-old officer was rear-ended by a red Kia Sorento, while both cars were driving off the nearby expressway.READ MORE: 'You Can’t Even React': CPD Says One Group Is Responsible For At Least 12 Armed Robberies
As they kept driving, someone in the Sorento opened fire on the officer, hitting his back window. The officer was not hurt.READ MORE: 1 Man, 1 Child Shot In Dolton
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