Chicago fire Less than a week after its second shoot, the series survived when a man was shot in the head near the filming location on Monday.
The shooting reportedly took place outside the AA Rayner and Son’s Funeral Home on Chicago’s West Side, across the street from the filming location.
“Officers found two bullet-hole cars across the street from the funeral home on Madison Avenue,” CWB Chicago said. “Another car with the victim left the scene. According to Chicago police, the 40-year-old man in the car is in critical condition at Loyola Hospital with a gunshot wound to the head.”
Police reportedly found nine shell casings near the crime scene. No arrest was made.
Unlike last week, there were no actors at the scene during the shoot, and industry workers noted that production was halted before Monday as a result of an incident last week when a gunman opened fire. . on NBC. Shot with three cameras and a full cast.
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“It was in the middle of buying,” an industry source said at the time. “No one was hurt on set, but a bullet did hit some equipment.”
CWB Chicago highlighted the many cases of gun violence in the movie community of the Democrat-controlled city.
Earlier this summer, a shootout hit the Cinespace movie studio on Chicago’s West Side, damaging trailers used by the movie studio. Chicago Honey TV series. No injuries were reported, and police do not believe the show or studio were the intended targets.
It was reported that a man set fire to an object in the Southern Loop last month and hurled it towards the embankment. right to film. Police said “the object did not explode and no casualties were reported”.
A few days later, senior Chicago police officials ordered several neighborhood patrols to deploy some of their vehicles to guard movie sets throughout the city, according to CWBCChicago.
popular series on Netflix Narcos: Mexico It was also a tragedy in 2017 that series producer Carlos Muñoz Portal was shot dead while scouting in Mexico.