Police investigate a crime scene at a McDonald's drive-thru in Chicago on Sunday. Anthony Vazquez/AP
A 7-year-old girl was killed and her father was seriously injured in a shooting Sunday at a McDonald’s in Chicago.
Jontae Adams and his daughter, Jaslyn, were in a car Sunday afternoon in a McDonald's parking lot in the Homan Square neighborhood when they were shot, Chicago police said.
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A McDonald's employee who asked not to be named told the Chicago Sun-Times that two people got out of a gray car in the drive-thru and started shooting at Adams' car.
A police commander walks by as police investigate a crime scene in Chicago on Sunday. AP
The girl, who has three siblings, was shot repeatedly and was taken to a hospital where she was pronounced dead. Her father was shot in the torso and taken to the same hospital, where his condition was listed as serious, police said.
No arrests have been made and police have not offered a possible motive.
Jaslyn’s aunt, Tawny McMullen, said her niece was "beautiful” and a "really sweet child.” She added that her daughter and Jaslyn were best friends.
Jaslyn’s grandmother, Lawanda McMullen, told the Sun-Times that Jaslyn loved to dance and make TikTok videos.
The officers were released from area hospitals Tuesday afternoon and are recovering, Hwang said. A 30-year-old corporal was shot in the arm and chest, and Hwang said the officer’s ballistic vest likely saved his life.
The attack took place in the small town of Grantsville, on the outskirts of state capital Salt Lake City. "Officers arrived, they did clear the residence and were able to locate the four deceased," said Grantsville police officer Rhonda Fields.
It was the third shooting in the area in less than two days, and the latest incident of gun violence that has affected churches, cinemas and other public places in the United States.
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