The numbers say it all – at least 31 people shot, four of them fatally wounded – in just two days.
But this isn't a tally of casualties from some far-flung war zone. This is a weekend in Chicago.
Since January, there have been more people murdered on the streets of Chicago than U.S. soldiers killed in combat in Afghanistan.
Gang violence is blamed for many of the 244 deaths in the Windy City so far this year, and as our Ted Rowlands found out, many of the victims aren't even old enough to join the military.