CHICAGO (CBS)– Two Chicago police officers were shot while trying to disperse crowds in the South Austin neighborhood early Monday morning.

Police Supt. David Brown said the officers, a commander and another sergeant, were dispersing a crowd, in the 100 block of North Long Street around 1:30 a.m., when they heard shots and felt pain.

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One of the officers was shot in the foot. The other officer was shot in the upper thigh.

Both officers are expected to recover.

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No arrests have been made. It is not clear if the officers were targeted.

It’s been a long night with officers responding to various shooting scenes.

From 5 p.m. on Friday to Sunday night at 11 p.m., there have been at least 49 people shot and 10 have died. The numbers are likely to change.

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