No one was shot in Chicago for more than 22 hours Friday, police said. From 12:35 a.m. to shortly after 10:55 p.m., shootings citywide did not result in any reported deaths or injuries.
Then a 39-year-old man walking in the South Austin neighborhood heard gunshots, police said. A bullet grazed his right leg.
About 3 miles southeast, in the Lawndale neighborhood, the only other person shot Friday in Chicago was also walking down the street, when someone tried to rob him.
PRETTY SAD WHEN IT IS BIG NEWS THAT THERE WERE NO SHOOTINGS.