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It was just after 11 p.m. Monday, and Kevin Ambrose answered his cellphone as he walked, looking up at the L tracks. His childhood friend was arriving on the Green Line to join a casual celebration — five buddies reconnecting after their first year of college.
“He told me: ‘I’m on the way. I can see the train now,’ ” said Michael Dye, the friend on the train.
The doors opened and Dye stepped onto the 47th Street platform. He heard gunshots and looked down to see a man running through an empty lot toward an alley. He didn’t know it was Ambrose — shot in the back and running for his life — and dialed him again as he walked down the stairs.
“When I called his phone twice and he didn’t answer, I started to get a feeling something was wrong. I walked down the steps and turned the corner, and I saw him laying there,” Dye said.
Ambrose, a 19-year-old Kenwood Academy graduate who had just finished his freshman year at Columbia College, was dead within the hour.
Police said a car drove by and fired several shots in Ambrose’s direction, hitting him in the left side of his lower back. Ambrose was taken to Stroger Hospital, where he died.