Two Chicago police officers were reportedly slightly injured Wednesday night after another police officer accidentally opened fire while engaging with a suspect.
The Chicago Tribune reported that the incident happened at midnight in the suburbs of Lions. Police personnel were investigating the murder at the time of firing.
MyFox Chicago cited Lions Village as the reason they had allegedly found a car believed to have caused the murder and was engaged in a search for a “shooting exchange”. Police officers surrounded the vehicle at a gas station before a physical clash.
A paper quoted by the police of the Chicago Police Department. David Brown said that a bullet had gone through one officer’s hand and penetrating the other shoulder.
MyFoxChicago reported that the gun was recovered from the scene and two suspects were taken into custody.
Two Chicago officers shot after a police officer accidentally fired a gun while fighting a suspect: report
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