Girl, 6, and woman, shot at memorial picnic in Chicago, report says

US flag bullet holes gun control shooting weapons crime generic NRA

(CBS) CHICAGO - Two men have been charged in connection with the shooting of a 52-year-old woman and a 6-year-old girl from the Far South Side Roseland neighborhood on Friday night, according to CBS Chicago.

PICTURES: Lives Lost - Caught in the Crossfire

Cook County State Attorney's office spokeswoman, Tandra Simonton, reportedly said Angelo Clark, 17 and Terrence Lynom, 16, are facing two counts each of attempted murder and aggravated battery with a firearm.

Quianna Tompkins, 6, and a 52-year-old woman were standing on the sidewalk at around 8 p.m. on Friday when Clark and Lynom allegedly started shooting at each other.

The shooting happened at what police said was a memorial picnic for a slain gang member, where Quianna had been brought, a police source told CBS Chicago.  However, a family spokesperson said it was a memorial, but  not for a gang member.

Quianna was reportedly shot in the chest and was listed in critical condition, while the 52-year-old victim suffered a gunshot wound to the right thigh and has been listed in stable condition.

Clark and Lynom are expected to appear in court for a bond hearing on Wednesday, reports the station.