Man shot outside gas station near Division and the Kennedy

A 19-year-old man is in fair condition after someone shot him outside a gas station in Noble Square overnight, Chicago police said. The man told police he was standing outside the Shell station, 1400 West Division, when he heard gunfire around 4:28 a.m.

He got into a friend’s car and they headed to St. Mary’s Hospital for treatment, flagging down a CPD squad car along the way to report what happened.

CPD said the victim was transferred to Stroger Hospital. He suffered gunshot wounds to his lower leg and abdomen.

Cops said they found a bullet fragment at the gas station.

Police did not say where the gunfire came from nor did they release any suspect information.

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