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A 23-year-old woman with a concealed carry permit defended herself against four gunmen who tried to kidnap her on Chicago's South Side last week.
The unidentified woman was in her car just after 2 a.m. Wednesday in the Calumet Heights neighborhood near 89th Street and Kenwood Avenue when four men emerged from a black sedan, according to a local CBS affiliate.
When one of the men tried to open her car door while brandishing a gun, the woman shot the alleged carjacker in the head before running from the car.
One of the other men reportedly shot her in the left arm and she was later taken to Advocate Trinity Hospital in fair condition.
Chicago Crime Crisis: 7 carjackings reported in 1 hour on West Side
Police officers attend a Chicago Police Department promotion and graduation ceremony on October 20, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois.
The man she shot in the head was reportedly taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center in critical condition, although the woman's other three assailants escaped from the scene.
The Chicago Police Department did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital's request for comment.
Crime has spiked in the Windy City over the past year, with homicides hitting an all-time high in a quarter-century in 2021.
The attempted carjacking took place in the Calumet Heights neighborhood on Chicago's South Side.
The number of robberies increased by 15% in 2022, according to Chicago police records. Assaults have increased by 11% since 2020 and 2019, although they have decreased by 10% compared to 2018.
In just one hour, seven auto thefts were reported on Chicago's West Side on Friday morning, police confirmed to Fox News Digital.
Crime has spiked in the Windy City over the past year, with homicides hitting an all-time high in a quarter-century in 2021.
Victims were held at gunpoint in some of the alleged carjackings that took place on multiple streets.
Earlier this month, a concealed stretcher owner interrupted an attempted robbery in an altercation that left both the suspect and a grocery store employee dead.
Nicholas Williams, 24, attempted to rob the El Barakah supermarket on 73rd Street on the South Shore at around 6:20 p.m., according to a report by Fox broadcaster WFLD in Chicago.

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