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    Aaliya Ivory A Woman Was Shot on I57 Now Suing Armed Man Who Got Away

    Aaliya Ivory was heading northbound on I57 when the 24-year-old woman was shot on I57 by an armed white man through the back window of her vehicle.

    Ivory spoke out to Fox 32, when the incident occurred in July of 22. “I was trying to get over, but as soon as I tried to get over, the man didn’t want to let me over. So, he tried to run me off the road. So, I still tried to get in front of him so I could get away,” Ivory said.

    As officials were called the armed man who fired, stayed on the scene.

    “He told someone I drew my gun at him. We are both concealed carry. I was so scared, I couldn’t even get to my gun fast enough,” Ivory said. “My gun has a safety on it. They can do any type of test to see I never discharged my firearm or anything.”

    He was not arrested. Accordiing to reports he stated it was self-defense. Both parties obtain a conceal to carry. However, Aaliya Ivory never drew a weapon during the road rage incident. She pulled around the armed man and continued to keep driving, when he fired at her vehicle.

    Four bullets went through the Ford Focus the woman was shot on I57. All of the bullets struck Aliya Ivory.

    Ivory stated the situation could have been worse, as she is also a mother to a 2-year-old daughter. The spot where the bullets went through the window is the spot where her daughter typically sits.

    The incident occurred on July 16th, 2022. She has been in and out of the hospital since the incident. Her attorney says, despite witness statements nobody has been criminally charged in this road rage shooting.

    Bishop Tavis Grant, national field director for the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, is calling on Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx to investigate the shooting of Aaliyah Ivory, which occurred on July 16.

     

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