Officers Injured, Suspect Dead (UPDATED)
- A Chicago police officer was struck by a vehicle this morning in the Washington Heights neighborhood on the city's South Side, officials said.
The incident happened shortly after midnight in an alley on the 9100 block of South Halsted Street, said Police News Affairs Officer Ron Gaines.
The officer was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, officials said. There was no immediate information available about the officer's condition or the circumstances of the incident.
Three Chicago Police officers were struck by a vehicle this morning during a chase that resulted in one suspect being shot dead at the scene in the Washington Heights neighborhood on the city's South Side.
Shortly after midnight, two officers were taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, said Police News Affairs Officer Ron Gaines. Information about the third officer was not immediately available.
Chicago Fire Department spokesman Quention Curtis said paramedics transported four people from the 9100 block of South Halsted Street to Christ Medical Center. One person was in serious-to-critical condition and three others were in fair-to-serious condition, he said. The officers' injuries were not life-threatening, Gaines said.
- Bradley added he was "shocked" by the gunfire. "This is relatively a quiet area," he said.