Metra Trains Halted for Police Activity Investigating Multiple Shootings Near Milwaukee District North Lake Cook Rd

The Cardinal Murder Suspect Shot, Killed at Metra Lake Cook Road Train Station, Deerfield, Northbrook Area

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The Metra Milwaukee District North line is halted in both directions north and south of the Lake Cook Road Metra station because of a shooting of three people just before 11:00 p.m. Friday, January 6, 2016.

Northbrook police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 10:58 PM Friday to a report of two people shot near the Metra train station, 601 Lake Cook Road Deerfield, Il. Police and firefighter/paramedics received a report that two people were shot near the Metra Lake Cook Road train station. A third injured person was found at the scene — apparently also a gunshot victim.

The scene was reported secure by 10:59 p.m. with one victim in front of the Tile Shop east of the Metra train depot.

Initially one GSW victim was on the east side of the train depot and one GSW victim was on the west side of the train depot.

A third ambulance was requested at 11:05 p.m.

Northbrook firefighter/paramedics were on scene with possibly three gunshot victims — one critical and two stable.

Ambulance 10’s crew transporting one critical patient.

A11’s crew transporting two stable patients.

The third injured person also apparently has a GSW — but the information was not confirmed.

There is also police activity at the Deerfield Portillo’s, which is ironic because protesters gathered outside the Deerfield Portillo’s at the grand opening in November 2016 to demonstrate to persuade Portillo’s to ban guns at all of Portillo’s locations. The Deerfield Portillo’s is located at 700 Lake Cook Road, about 1200 feet northwest of the Metra train station.



TRUCK(S): T ??


CHIEF(S): BC11 1102

EMS: A10 A11 A12

LIVE TRAFFIC MAP of neighborhood to a report of multiple gunshot victims near the Metra North District, 601 Lake Cook Road Deerfield, Il …

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