OAK PARK, Ill. — Four people were shot during a funeral procession Saturday in Oak Park, according to police.
The shooting happened in the 900 block of Madison Street.
Police said the funeral procession was traveling west on Madison from Chicago to a cemetery in Des Plaines when passengers in a white pickup truck pulled alongside one of the vehicles in the procession and opened fire, hitting two passengers.
Both victims were transported to Loyola Medical Center, where one is in critical condition, and the other is in critical-but-stable condition.
Two passengers in a second vehicle in the procession were also hit by gunfire. Both victims self-transported to Rush Oak Park Hospital and were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Multiple shell casings were recovered at the scene, but no bystanders were injured in the shooting.
Police said the four people were shot in what they believed to be a targeted shooting among members of the procession. No bystanders were injured.
The identities of the people involved haven’t been released.
WGN-TV spotted a black car with bullet holes and damage.
The funeral was for Jamal Goings who was shot and killed on May 23 in Edgewater.
Chicago police said Goings was found shot in an alley in the 5900 block of Winthrop.