Chicago police release surveillance images of car suspected in Canaryville fatal shooting of girl, 8

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CHICAGO (WLS) — Chicago police have released new details in the fatal shooting of an 8-year-old girl in Canaryville Monday night.The girl and three adults were sitting in a Subaru SUV at the stoplight on Union Avenue at West 47th Street when police said the shooter’s black sedan intentionally pulled up behind them, targeting someone inside.”Our victims’ vehicle was parked facing northbound on Union Avenue with the offender’s vehicle directly behind it,” said Chicago Police Chief of Operations Brian McDermott. “When the light turned green, the offender’s vehicle immediately opened fire on the victims’ vehicle.”WATCH: Chicago police discuss shooting that killed 8-year-old girlThe girl and two adults inside the SUV suffered gunshot wounds, police said.”The victims’ vehicle continued northbound on Union and crashed into a tree,” McDermott said.The 8-year-old girl was taken to University of Chicago Comer Children’s Hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Her name has not yet been released.WATCH: Chicago police investigate fatal Canaryville shooting “I stand here before you saddened and angered that another child has lost their life to senseless gun violence in the city of Chicago,” McDermott said.While witnesses said people nearby tried to save the little girl’s …

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