A dispute broke out between two groups, eventually leading one individual to fire shots into the crowd, hitting nine people, police said.
Nine people were shot, two of whom died, in a chaotic scene outside a McDonald's on Chicago's Near North Side Thursday. Police said they have arrested a suspect.
A dispute broke out between two groups at approximately 10:41 p.m. eventually leading one individual to fire shots into the crowd, Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown told reporters at a press conference Friday.
Police do not know what caused the fight, Brown said.
Officers pursued the suspect into a Chicago Transit Authority train stop and arrested a suspect as well as a person who Brown said obstructed the officers.