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The Chicago Police Department confirmed to Fox News Digital that “Chicago Fire” was forced to shut down production after shots were fired at the NBC show where the NBC show was being filmed on Wednesday.

Officers responded to the scene shortly after 1:45 p.m. when “an unidentified criminal, armed with a handgun, attacked a group of people standing in the 5900 block of W Madison Street” near the city’s Oak Park area.


While “no one was killed,” the suspect fled the scene in a “dark SUV” and detectives are investigating the shooting.

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The incident occurred while the NBC show AA Rainer and Sons was being filmed outside the funeral home.

Several security guards were on the scene of the Dick Wolf drama, which starred Jesse Spencer, Kara Kilmer, David Eigenberg and Lady Gaga’s ex-fiance Taylor Kinney.

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Last month, the Chicago PD reportedly ordered two commanders to divert officers to a production set after officers reacted to an incident where a suspect shot “an unidentified person” near a film set at the University of Illinois. burnt the object and threw it”.

The "Chicago Fire" actors were safe after shooting near the production set on Wednesday (pictured in season 10.)

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Weeks earlier, production on FX’s “Justified: City Primeval” was halted after the occupants of the two vehicles exchanged gunfire close to the set.

“The Chicago Police Department is committed to enabling members of the city’s vibrant film and television community to perform their jobs safely,” a CPD spokesperson told Deadline in a statement at the time.

“We work in close coordination with the Chicago Film Office, the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, and the Office of Emergency Management and Communications to ensure that production staff have a safe and secure feeling while filming in downtown neighborhoods. have the necessary resources to do so.”

Fox News’ Larry Fink contributed to this report.