Gunfire on Friday forced the temporary closure of a popular beach in Chicago, just hours after it had opened for summer.
According to Fox 32, between 80 and hundred teenagers gathered at North Avenue Beach, around 1:26 pm, when a fight erupted, one person pulled out a firearm and fired shots.
Officials said that no injuries were reported and that a juvenile was arrested.
The shooting occurred just hours after the City opened 22 new beaches for the summer.
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This comes after Memorial Day Weekend, when officials were trying to prevent a repeat last year of the shootings that took place in Chicago over the holiday weekend. Nine people were killed, and 42 were injured.
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The police have announced that the beach in will be closed for an indefinite period of time and are checking bags at checkpoints on the beachfront .