State police ramp up patrols in wake of expressway shootings

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CHICAGO -- The state police are stepping up efforts to stop shootings on expressways.

Seven people have been shot on Chicago expressways so far this year.

One victim died.

The new strategy is to use more troopers, aircraft, video cameras, and unmarked vehicles.

The increase in highway shootings is believed to be gang-related.

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