Paramedics were forced to take cover during a shooting near their ambulance in Chicago’s Jackson Park neighborhood as crime plagues the city and nation.
The hail of gunfire came from suspects in a sedan driving near 67th and South Shore and zoomed past two workers with Med Express Ambulance on September 21, CBS Chicago reported Thursday.
In a social media post Wednesday, the Medical Express Ambulance Service shared dash cam footage from inside the vehicle and said the workers were on their way to a call when they heard the gunshots.
“Sounded like a gun to me,” one of the paramedics said, to which the other replied, “It is,” as they both ducked for cover. The footage then showed a dark-colored sedan pass in front of them with what appeared to be two individuals hanging out the windows:
On September 21st, a MedEx Ambulance was on the way to a call when they heard…