By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — No injuries were reported after gunshots were fired into St. Anthony Hospital in the Lawndale neighborhood Monday morning.

Police said, shortly before 7:10 a.m., shots fired from a parking lot in Douglass Park, across the street from St. Anthony, hit the hospital building.

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No one was injured.

In a statement, hospital officials said shots also have been fired in recent months outside nearby Mount Sinai Hospital and Stroger Hospital. No injuries were reported in those incidents, either.

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“It is unfortunate that this level of violence in the city continues, affecting so many neighborhoods citywide,” St. Anthony Hospital President and CEO Guy A. Medaglia said in a statement.

No one was in custody for Monday’s incident outside St. Anthony Hospital.

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Area 4 detectives are investigating.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff