Pregnant Woman Among 3 People Injured in Chicago Highway Shooting
Pregnant Woman Among 3 People Injured in Chicago Highway Shooting

A 24-year-old pregnant woman was among three people injured in a shooting early Saturday morning in a Chicago highway shooting.

Illinois State Police said a 2008 Buick SUV broke down just before 1:30 a.m. on a southbound ramp off the Dan Ryan Expressway, when a gunman opened fired into the vehicle.

According to the Sun Times, while the broken down SUV was awaiting assistance, a black Dodge Charger with orange stripes drove up and began to shoot inside the vehicle. The 27-year-old drive of the Buick was hit four times, while two female passengers, one of them pregnant, were struck several times.

The women are listed in stable condition at a local hospital.

The highway shooting comes as two people were killed in separate shootings in the Windy City. Timothy Travis, 21, was killed in the 4900 block of West Huron Street. Tremaine Scott, 19, was killed in the 8200 block of South Princeton Avenue after he was accosted by three people, one of whom had a gun. Both murders occurred Friday night.