2 shot in Chicago police-involved shooting

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CHICAGO -- Chicago police say two men were shot and wounded after they fired at police officers late Tuesday night.

It happened around midnight in the 2900 block of North Newland in the Montclare neighborhood.

Police say the two men in a grey Sedan fired shots in their direction and hit a civilian car.

A shootout then followed and the men drove off, crashing their car on the street near Newland and George.

The two men were critically wounded and transported to near by hospitals.

This has been the 4th incident since Friday June 2, 2017 in which Chicago Police officers have been fired upon while on duty.