Man fatally shot in Pace van on South Side

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CHICAGO -- A man was shot to death in a Pace van in what appears to be an armed robbery on the city's South Side.

The incident happened around 3 a.m. Tuesday.

Norman White, 50, was at a Citgo station at 83rd and Stony Island, speaking to the female driver of the Pace paratransit van, when another man confronted him and demanded his cellphone.

The victim was pushed into the Pace van at gunpoint, and shot several times. The shooter ran away.

The 41-year-old Pace driver was not injured, and this wasn't the first time she had to deal with violence.

On Christmas day in 2016, she lost her two sons to gunfire.

James and Roy Gill were killed at 86th and Maryland in East Chatham. The victims were 18 and 21 years-old.

The gas station had video surveillance but not on the side of the building, just the front. In the video, you see Gill running in for help but you don’t see the masked gunman who killed her friend. The police have taken that video in hopes it will help them.

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