The 4th of July weekend was a bloody one in Chicago. The city, which boasts some of the toughest gun control measures in the country, was unable to curb the violence as crime ran rampant.
32 people were shot in 15 hours between noon on Monday and 3 AM on Tuesday. Adding from the previous nights, at least 60 people were shot.
Of the 60 shot over the weekend, 28 were wounded between about noon Sunday and 3 a.m. Monday morning.
A fifth person killed over the weekend was stabbed in a domestic-related incident, police said.