Friday’s shooting caused a popular beach in Chicago to temporarily close just hours after it opened for the summer.
Police said that between 80 and 100 teens were gathering at North Avenue Beach around 1:26 p.m., according to Fox 32, when a fight broke out, resulting in one man pulling out a gun and shots fired.
Authorities said a juvenile was taken into custody and no one was injured.
The shooting happened hours after the city’s 22 beaches opened for the summer.
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It also comes on the eve of Memorial Day weekend, where authorities are trying to avoid a repeat of last year, when nine people were killed and 42 injured in a shooting across Chicago during the holiday weekend.
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Police said the beach would be closed indefinitely and that bags were being searched at checkpoints along the city’s beach.