“Chicago Hearth” was compelled to cease manufacturing after pictures have been fired close by the place the NBC present was filming Wednesday, the Chicago Police Division confirmed to Fox Information Digital.
Authorities responded to the scene shortly after 1:45 p.m. when an “unknown offender, armed with a handgun shot at a gaggle of individuals standing within the 5900 block of W. Madison Road” close to the Oak Park space of the town.
Whereas “nobody was struck,” the suspect fled the scene in a “darkish coloration SUV” and detectives are investigating the capturing.
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The incident occurred whereas the NBC present was filming exterior of the A.A. Rayner and Son’s Funeral House.
A number of safety personnel have been on scene of the Dick Wolf drama, which stars Jesse Spencer, Kara Killmer, David Eigenberg, and Girl Gaga’s ex-fiance, Taylor Kinney.
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Final month, Chicago PD reportedly ordered two commanders to divert officers to manufacturing units after authorities responded to an incident the place a suspect “lit and threw an unidentified object” close to a movie set on the College of Illinois.
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Weeks earlier than, productions have been halted on FX’s “Justified: Metropolis Primeval” when the occupants of two autos exchanged gunfire near the set.
“The Chicago Police Division is dedicated to making sure members of the town’s vibrant movie and tv group are capable of do their jobs safely,” a CPD spokesperson instructed Deadline in a press release on the time.
“We work in shut coordination with the Chicago Movie Workplace, the Division of Cultural Affairs and Particular Occasions, and the Workplace of Emergency Administration and Communications to guarantee manufacturing crews have the sources essential to really feel protected and safe whereas filming within the metropolis’s neighborhoods.”
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Fox Information’ Larry Fink contributed to this report.