CHICAGO (WLS) -- All southbound lanes reopened Friday night after they were shut down due to a shooting on Interstate 57.
The shooting led to a crash that shut down all southbound lanes Friday afternoon on Chicago's South Side, according to police.
Illinois State Police said the shooting took place around 3:37 p.m. A man was transported to Advocate Christ Medical Center in an unknown condition, according to the Chicago Fire Department.
State police said the victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
Southbound lanes were shut down for the investigation and traffic was being diverted off to I-94 southbound, state police said. All lanes reopened at 7:40 p.m.
Police continue to investigate. No additional information has been provided.
I-57 shooting leads to crash, all lanes reopen, police say
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