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UPDATE: Authorities identified a man shot and killed on a Paterson street corner as a 26-year-old city resident.

Shaheem Jones and a 28-year-old man who also was struck in the 8 p.m. shooting Tuesday at the corner of Van Houten and Summer streets were taken to St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, where Jones died soon after, they said.

The other victim was in stable condition, Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and Paterson Police Chief Ibrahim Baycora said in a joint release.

They didn’t say whether they’d captured or identified any suspects.

Joining city police at the scene were detectives from Valdes’s office and forensic investigators from the Passaic County Sheriff's Office who collected evidence.

Detectives collect evidence at the scene of fatal shooting at Van Houten and Summer streets in Paterson.Paterson Police Ceasefire Unit

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Protester Takes To Dan Ryan Expressway On Horseback, Traffic Jam Ensues

CHICAGO (CBS) — The Dan Ryan Expressway became embroiled in a bizarre traffic jam Monday afternoon, after a horseback rider took to the outbound lanes.

As of 5 p.m., the horseback rider was around 83rd Street.

We saw at least one sign that said “Kids’ Lives Matter.” An activist known as the Dreadhead Cowboy posted Facebook Live video of himself on horseback on the Dan Ryan, with the caption, “Kids lives matter dan ryan shut down until we understand that nothing else matter.”

The rider reportedly exited the Ryan southbound at 95th Street.


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