A suspect is in custody after a shooting in Chicago outside a McDonald's left two people dead and seven injured.
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Police received reports of two groups fighting around 10:40 p.m. near a train station at the intersection between Chicago Avenue and State Street on the city's north side, police Superintendent David Brown said at a Friday news conference.
He said surveillance video of the shooting shows a person firing into the crowd, killing two people and injuring seven more.
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