Concealed-carry holder shoots man attempting to help person locked out of home 06/03/2019 6:47 pm PDT Comments WGN By Mike Lowe, WGN CHICAGO (WGN) -- A man was hospitalized after a shooting on Chicago's South Side Monday. Police are still investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident. Officers responded to a home near 89th Street and South Lowe Avenue in the Auburn-Gresham neighborhood around 9 a.m. Police said a 20-year-old man was attempting to help a person described as an “acquaintance” who was locked out of the home. The man went over to a side window, and police say a 34-year-old woman inside the home shot him. Police said the woman is a legal concealed carry card holder. The injured man was taken to a nearby hospital and has stabilized. The relationship between those two, and the other person who was trying to get inside, is still unclear. MORE: Concealed carry holder shoots man attempting to help person locked out of home - WGN #Chicago #Illinois #Shooting #WGN Related Stories Chicago pastor charged with abusing young girls during tutoring sessions Woman falls to her death from St. Louis parking garage, husband charged Family of slain pregnant woman pushing for newborn identification law Mom dies shielding baby during Chicago shooting Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.