Transcript for 2 Killed in Chicago Police Shooting
travel impact tonight on "World news." The other news this Monday morning, and to Chicago now, another deadly police shooting in a city already on edge. Two people killed, including a grandmother. Police saying her death was an accident and ABC's Alex Perez is in Chicago. The families of victims demanding answers. Killed Saturday after police were called to this house for a domestic disturbance. We got two people shot. Shots fired by the police. Just to confirm. Yes, they were. Reporter: Le Grier was reportedly threatening his dad with a bat. 55-year-old Jones who lives on the ground floor was opening the door for police when she was caught in a spray of police bullets. Upon their arrival, they were confronted by a combative individual. Reporter: Police say that Jones was accidentally killed and extended can condolences. Will Grier's mother said her 19-year-old son had mental health issues but was dreaming of a brighter future. He cared about people. Reporter: Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel has been under pressure to make sweeping changes in an incredible tense Chicago. The first step in that journey is my step. And I'm sorry. Reporter: He is now calling for a review of how officers are trained to handle mental health cases. The officers involved are off the streets and on desk duty. As this shooting is investigated. ABC's Alex Perez in Chicago. The rice to the white house.
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