Woman shot by 3 gunmen in the South Loop, police say

Police are investigating a shooting that left a woman injured Saturday morning in the South Loop. The 20-year-old woman and her boyfriend were traveling in a car when three gunmen began firing at them from another vehicle on the 1300 block of South Michigan Avenue around 5:57 a.m., according to a CPD statement.

One round struck the woman in her left elbow. Her condition stabilized at the University of Chicago Hospital.

Police found the victim on the 2300 block of South Indiana Avenue. The gray Dodge Charger she was riding was riddled with bullet holes.

Witnesses said the shots came from people in a red Dodge Charger that headed south on Michigan Avenue after the shooting. No arrests have been made.

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