2 killed in 'outrageous act of violence' outside McDonald's

Nine people were shot, two fatally, Thursday outside a Chicago McDonald's. Police have a suspect.

A altercation between two groups at 10:41 p.m. led to rounds fired into the crowd, Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown said Friday.
The fight's cause is unknown, said Brown.

Officers tracked the man into a CTA train station and detained him and a passenger who hindered them.

Brown said a lady leaving with the suspected gunman touched the third rail and was hospitalised.

Police haven't identified the person who gave the shooter the pistol from security video. Police said a gun was found.
If the individual who did this doesn't have a gun, this is simply a personal issue

"It's sad and unacceptable that guns are in the hands of individuals who don't care about themselves or others," Lightfoot added.

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