CHICAGO (CBS)– A woman was shot and killed while sitting in her car at a stoplight on Chicago’s West Side Sunday night.
The incident took place around 11 p.m. when a 26-year-old woman was at a stoplight at Hamlin and Chicago avenues. Someone pulled alongside her and fired shots, striking her twice in the head.READ MORE: Secretary Of State's Office Unveils Pilot Program To Ease 'Heavy Customer Volume'
The woman was taken to Stroger Hospital where she was pronounced dead.READ MORE: 'It's Incredibly Contagious': The COVID Delta Variant Is Strong, Local Doctors Say A Vaccine Is The Best Defense
No one is in custody and police are searching for the shooter. The woman was one of four people fatally shot over the weekend. There were about two dozen shootings overall.MORE NEWS: MISSING: Silver Alert Declared For Two Young Girls From Merrillville Believed To Be In 'Extreme Danger'
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