Incident fired by gunshots captured on doorbell camera in Bridgeport neighborhood – Cardinal News
According to a tweet from @CPD1617Scanner. The witness did not take a proper blanket for himself and his dog.
In the video, two men are in a red van with an extended cab, and the driver turns right into an alley and comes to a stop. The driver wearing a high visibility yellow hoodie exits the driver’s seat and walks approximately 50 feet to take cover behind a gray sedan parked on the sidewalk. The passenger jumps into the driver’s seat of the van.
The driver in the yellow hoodie is armed with a handgun and waits for a silver sedan to pass the vehicle parked at the curb. As the silver car passes, the man in the yellow hoodie opens fire on the silver car. About 18 or 19 shots are heard. From the view of the video, it is impossible to determine if all of the shots came from the driver in the yellow hoodie, or if some shots came from an occupant of the silver car.
The driver in the yellow hoodie returns to the van and reaches the back door of the rear seat of the extended cab on the driver’s side, and the video ends.
The video does not show that anyone was injured.
It was early this morning on the south side of Chicago in the Bridgeport neighborhood.
No one was hurt.
I’m afraid the dog will be a little traumatized after that, though. pic.twitter.com/ny0gH9tIPv
— Chicago Police 16th and 17th District Scanner (@CPD1617Scanner) March 27, 2022
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