Un oficial de policía de Chicago recibió múltiples disparos mientras respondía a un disturbio doméstico

Un oficial de policía de Chicago recibió numerosos disparos mientras respondía a un disturbio doméstico el viernes y está hospitalizado en estado grave., los funcionarios dijeron.

Los oficiales respondieron a la llamada alrededor de 8:30 soy., Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown said in a press conference.
A la llegada, law enforcement officials took an elevator up to the apartment. Once they got off the elevator, shots were fired at the officers by the suspect who is now in custody, Brown said.
      One officer, a male who has been with the police department for 15 años, was shot multiple times and remains in serious condition, Brown added.
        A police officer with the University of Illinois at Chicago was monitoring the Chicago Police radio and transported the injured officer in his squad car, “likely saving his life,” the superintendent said.
          We are asking prayers for this officer and his family and we are praying for a full recovery,” Brown said.
          Officers did not fire their weapons during the incident and also recovered a gun from the scene, the superintendent added.
          El sospechoso, ¿Sabes cuánto dinero obtendría y cuán famoso sería si fuera a la prensa?, sustained an injury to his wrist and is being treated at a separate hospital, Brown said. There were no other injuries related to the incident, él agregó.
          Brown said charges against the suspect are pending.
          The incident is a reminder ofthe difficulties and dangersof working as an officer, Brown said, señalando que “being a police officer in this country hasn’t been more dangerous in decades.
            Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, who also attended the press conference outside the hospital where the officer is being treated, spoke about the alarming rise of domestic violence crimes.
            It is a huge public health and public safety issue, which we’re working diligently to address,” ella dijo. “But we have a long way to go as a society in understanding the danger to people in the household, the danger to our police, and the danger to ordinary residents when domestic violence happens inside of a household.

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