CHICAGO (CBS) — Burnouts, donuts, wild car stunts – another local car meetup, this time in the West Chatham community, is again a source of danger.

CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar has been reporting for months on car meetups – from McKinley Park to Ford City. Just as police and city leaders try and shut them down from one parking lot, the they pop up in another.

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One of the most recent car meetups was spotted in a parking lot on 87th Street near State Street, in front of a now-shuttered Burlington Coat Factory department store. Tire tracks were still fresh on the pavement late Tuesday.

Video shows a car in the middle of a stunt when the driver hit someone — knocking them off their feet.

Other videos provided to CBS 2 show the same person in the white shirt and shorts who was hit by the car at the center of a heated quarrel – and them, at some point, there were gunshots

“Oh my God, look at that,” said Clarice Williams.

Williams’ son works in the parking lot at the nearby Jewel grocery store.

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“He gets off at 11 o’clock at night, and I know on the weekends, that’s when they are the most active up here,” she said.

Everett Simmons also lives nearby.

“First time I saw it, I thought it was kind of entertaining,” he said, “then I just realized the dangers of it.”

Simmons said the car meetups in this old Burlington lot are new – and he is ready for them to hit the brakes.

“Two weeks ago, three weeks ago, they weren’t here,” he said, “then all the sudden, they just popped up.”

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So far, police have not made any arrests in connection with these latest incidents.

Charlie De Mar