Separate Chicago shootings just minutes apart leave boy and woman injured

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A teenaged boy and woman were wounded minutes apart in two separate Chicago shootings on Tuesday evening on the Northwest Side, according to police records. 

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The boy, 16, was in an alley on the 5800 block of West Walton Street at approximately 6:26 pm when an unknown offender pulled a gun on him and shot at him, according to police. 

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He was grazed on his right arm and transported to West Suburban Hospital in good condition, police records state. 

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Officers then responded to an incident on the 4200 block of West Fullerton Ave., where a woman, 20, was shot in the back while driving in a car at approximately 6:31 pm. She was transported to Community First Hospital in good condition, according to police. 

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Both incidents are currently under investigation by Chicago police in their respective districts. The victims’ names have not been released. 

No suspects have been arrested in either shooting. 

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