Chicago cop wounded, 2 other LEOs injured in separate incident
The officer was shot Saturday morning on the South Side
CHICAGO — Chicago police say an officer was shot and wounded and two others were seriously injured after being dragged by a vehicle in a separate incident.
Police spokesmen say an officer was shot Saturday morning on the South Side and hospitalized in critical condition. They say the shooter was believed to be a fugitive and that he got away.
Meanwhile, two other officers were hospitalized early Saturday with abrasions, contusions, internal injuries and possible bone fractures. Police say the officers responded to a call of a man with a gun inside a restaurant shortly after 4 a.m. on the South Side. After the officers patted down the man, he pushed past them, ran outside, got into a vehicle and drove off, dragging both officers before getting away.
The officers' names haven't been released.
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