WADSWORTH, Ill. (CBS) — A bullet pierced a windshield and grazed a driver in Wadsworth far north of Chicago on Tuesday during a seemingly random shooting.

The Lake County Sheriff’s office said deputies were called at 4:15 p.m. for shots fired at Delany Road and Illinois Route 173.

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Someone in a car fired multiple rounds at vehicles that were all stopped at a red light on Delaney Road, police said. One driver was hit by a bullet, which pierced the driver’s front windshield and grazed the top of their head.

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The victim was cut by the glass from the windshield and grazed by the bullet and was taken to Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville with minor injuries.

A witness told police that the person firing the gun was in a silver or blue Honda sedan headed west on Route 73. The witness said the person fired three rounds, and a single shell casing was found at the scene.

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The rounds are believed to be from a 9mm semiautomatic handgun.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff