Fourteen people, including three children, were shot on Halloween night in East Garfield Park. Victims ranged in age from 56 to just 3 years old.
In a press conference outside of Stroger hospital Monday night, Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown said the drive-by shooting took all of three seconds, with the shooter or shooters aiming randomly in the crowd of a vigil.
Reset hears from a nonprofit group that works on the ground in Garfield Park providing violence-interruption programming for their reaction.
GUEST: Yolanda Fields, executive director of Breakthrough