Two teenagers and an infant were killed, and three more people were hurt after a shooting on a Chicago interstate highway, officials said Monday.
The shooting occurred Sunday at around 10:30 p.m. on the I-57 expressway near 111th Street in the South Side, Illinois State Police trooper Josh Robinson said.
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Nasir Hall, 19, William Smith, 13, and A-mara Hall, 1, died in the incident, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office.
The victims’ vehicle left the highway and stopped near the top of the 111th Street exit ramp. Two people were found dead at the scene and four were taken to the hospital, Robinson said. One of the four subsequently died.
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Robinson said the investigation “is still in its infancy.”
State police did not share whether a suspect has been arrested.
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