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Brittney Hill held the baby girl on the northwest side of Chicago on Tuesday morning when two men left a silver Chevy Impala and opened fire in the group

Twenty-two, 24, who was shot while holding her one-year-old baby, used her body to protect the child from gunshots.

  • Brittney Hill held the girl on the northwest side of Chicago when two men left a Chevy Impala and opened fire in the group and hit her torso
  • The first shot hit Hill in the hull, police say, before trying to get away from the gun shots by hiding behind a row of parked cars.
  • After the shooting, a group of bystanders took Hill to West Suburban Hospital, Tannehill said, where she was later declared dead
  • Yes & # 39; Mal Green was a friend of Hill, who was the mother of two, and said she was a hero who loved her children more than anything else
  • Police think Hill was not the target, but said the incident was probably not random
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A 24-year-old mother died protecting her baby after two men in a group shot and hit her in the body when she was protecting the one-year-old with her body, police said.

Brittney Hill held the baby girl on the northwest side of Chicago on Tuesday morning when two men left a silver Chevy Impala and opened fire in the group.

The first shot hit Hill in the hull, police say, before trying to get away from the gun shots by hiding behind a row of parked cars.

Brittney Hill held the baby girl on the northwest side of Chicago on Tuesday morning when two men left a silver Chevy Impala and opened fire in the group

Brittney Hill held the baby girl on the northwest side of Chicago on Tuesday morning when two men left a silver Chevy Impala and opened fire in the group
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Brittney Hill held the baby girl on the northwest side of Chicago on Tuesday morning when two men left a silver Chevy Impala and opened fire in the group

Brittney Hill held the baby girl on the northwest side of Chicago on Tuesday morning when two men left a silver Chevy Impala and opened fire in the group. The first shot hit Hill in the hull, police say, before trying to get away from the gun shots by hiding behind a row of parked cars.

& # 39; She went to the back of a parked vehicle and fell to the ground and lay over her child to protect her, & # 39 ;, said CPD officer Michelle Tannehill.

After the shooting, a group of bystanders took Hill to West Suburban Hospital, Tannehill said, where she was later declared dead.

Yes & # 39; Mal Green was a friend of Hill, who was the mother of two, and said she was a hero who loved her children more than anything else.

Police think Hill was not the target, but said the incident was probably not random.

After the shooting, a group of bystanders took Hill to West Suburban Hospital, Tannehill said, where she was later declared dead

After the shooting, a group of bystanders took Hill to West Suburban Hospital, Tannehill said, where she was later declared dead

Yes & # 39; Mal Green was a friend of Hill, who was the mother of two, and said she was a hero who loved her children more than anything else
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Yes & # 39; Mal Green was a friend of Hill, who was the mother of two, and said she was a hero who loved her children more than anything else

Yes & # 39; Mal Green was a friend of Hill, who was the mother of two, and said she was a hero who loved her children more than anything else. Police think Hill was not the target, but said the incident was probably not random

& # 39; This is not a random act of violence, unfortunately, the police are investigating this – it could have been a targeted incident because of gang conflicts and reprisals in the area & # 39 ;, Tannehill said.

Area North detectives view surveillance and video images and photos while the investigation is continuing, Tannehill said.

No one has been detained and the investigation is still ongoing.

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