Neighbors fed up with gun violence: ‘It’s sad that we can’t be outside'

There have been at least 17 people shot in Chicago in since 3 p.m. Sunday. Factoring in a weekend that included two mass shootings, 60 people have been shot since Saturday, and eight of them died according to WGN-TV. 

Englewood resident Katrina Lathan says she's fed up with the gun violence in Chicago.

Monday night as she was outside with her kids, three men and two women were wounded nearby in a shooting at 64th and May. Police say the group was standing on a sidewalk around 11 p.m. when someone came from a gangway and fired shots.

"It’s sad that we can’t be outside, having a good time, without somebody getting hurt," said Jasmine, another resident of Englewood.

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