By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — A shooting in Chicago’s McKinley Park neighborhood early Saturday morning.

Chicago police said around 1 a.m. four people were in a white Dodge Charger near 32nd and Wood. That’s where officers saw someone in the car open fire.

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They did not hit anybody, but the officers pursued that Charger until it crashed into some parked cars and then a Mercedes near 21st and Ashland.

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The driver of the Mercedes suffered cuts to his face and chest.

The driver of the Charger broke his leg. He and a woman in the car with him were both hospitalized.

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Police arrested the two and the other two people in the Charger with them. Charges are pending.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff