Lawndale Chicago breaking news: Shots fired amid SWAT team standoff by 16th Street and Springfield Avenue, police department says – WLS-TV

Shots were fired near 16th Street and Springfield Avenue in Lawndale, Chicago police said. A SWAT team responded to the scene.
CHICAGO (WLS) — Shots were fired during a SWAT standoff on the city's West Side on Monday afternoon, Chicago police.
Shots appeared to be fired at police, who responded to a situation near 16th Street and Springfield Avenue in Lawndale, police said. No officers were injured, but an officer was transported to a hospital for a well-being check.
Police said a suspect, who possibly fired the shots, was barricaded inside a residence, and a SWAT team was trying to contact them.
The area was block off between Hamlin Avenue and Pulaski road as the investigation continued. SWAT was still on the scene around 3:45 p.m., but the incident was over by 6 p.m. and no one was placed in custody.
One person who lives nearby said her brother heard four shots fired.
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