A shooting incident occurred at the Z-Market gas station in Parkway Village on Saturday, as confirmed by police authorities. The incident claimed the life of one person and fatally injured another.

Memphis Police around 10:10 a.m. responded quickly to a shooting incident at 2903 South Perkins Road. Authorities discovered a male victim at the scene who was in severe condition, and they immediately took him to Regional One Hospital for treatment.

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Sadly, the scene revealed the death of a second male victim. The Memphis Police have verified that an investigation into this incident is ongoing, and more information is being sought.

Meanwhile, another shooting incident occurred at In North Lawndale, Chicago on Friday night. The incident injured four youngsters, as per media reports.

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Two suspects allegedly fired randomly into a large crowd at about 11:50 p.m. in the 3500 block of West 13th Place, according to the Chicago police.

The victim, a 19-year-old man, was brought immediately in serious condition to Mount Sinai Hospital after being shot six times on the left side of his body, according to the police. Also taken to Mount Sinai Hospital was a woman, 18, who had been shot in the upper back and was listed in critical condition.

According to the police, two 17-year-old men who were also hit by bullets were not severely hurt. One of them was shot in the arm and leg, and he was sent to Mount Sinai Hospital. The other child was shot twice in the buttocks, according to the police, and sent to Stroger Hospital.

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Police authorities are still looking into the case as of right now, and no one has been taken into custody. In order to learn more about the occurrence and collect additional information and evidence, the inquiry is still ongoing.