CHICAGO — One teenager was killed and another was injured after gunfire erupted in the South Loop on Saturday night.

According to Chicago police, officers were near the 500 block of West Roosevelt Road when shots were fired near West Roosevelt and Canal streets just after 8 p.m.

Responding officers found two male teenagers in the parking lot of a bank with gunshot wounds, police say, and began performing life-saving measures on the victims before the Chicago Fire Department arrived on the scene.

According to police, one victim, 17, was taken by CFD to an area hospital with gunshot wounds to the chest and neck, where he was pronounced dead.

The vicitm was later identified by the Cook Country Medical Examiner as Jeremy Smith.

The other victim, 15, was taken by CFD to an area hospital with a gunshot wound to the leg and is listed in fair condition, police say.

Officials did not provide details on what led up to the gunfire, but police say there is a suspect in custody and a weapon was recovered at the scene.

Community outreach partners were also on scene providing intervention to the teens, and Area Three detectives continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding the shooting.

According to CPD, eight teens, including four boys and four girls, between the ages of 14 and 17 were arrested and charged with misdemeanors following the gathering.

An 18-year-old woman was also charged with one misdemeanor count of resisting or obstructing a peace office. Three other juveniles were hit with curfew violations.