Max Lewis Death – University Of Chicago Student Killed By Strayed Bullet

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Max Lewis Death – Obituary : A third-year student at the University of Chicago, Max Lewis was reportedly shot at the back of his neck by a stray bullet. This incident happened on the evening of July 1st, 2021. According to report, Max on his way home from summer internship in downtown Chicago.

Reports say that the shooting occurred when the train stopped at the 51st Street/Washington Park Station along the Green Line, and a bullet pierced the window of his train entering his neck. He was rushed to a hospital but died at the hospital Sunday morning, they were unable to save him.

According to Police, the 20-year-old wasn’t the planned target but information about the shooter and the intended target has not been provided. Max is survived by his parents, his siblings, and many friends and relatives who loved him dearly.

Max grew up in Denver, and had graduated with honors in Computer Science from the well-renowned Kent Denver School, Colorado, before his study at UChicago.

Friends and family are deeply mourning his loss as he was identified as a caring and jovial individual. We hope his family and loved ones be comforted at this time.

Reactions On Max Solomon Lewis’ Death:

Regina Waldroup tweeted, ”This is Max Solomon Lewis. His mom says he was an extraordinary young man. Max was pursuing a double major in economics and computer science at the University of Chicago. Last Thursday, Max was hit in the neck by a stray bullet. The shooting happened while he was sitting on a Green Line train. He was heading home from his internship. Max died on the 4th of July. I’ll have more on Max’s life coming up tonight on the news @10 on NBC Chicago…”

The Chicago Sun- Times tweeted, ”Max Solomon Lewis, 20, died of his injuries Sunday. He was not believed to be the intended target, police said”
@AatmanVakil tweeted, ”He was in my year in my University. I didn’t know him, but apparently many people I knew did, and he was a great friend and a good human being. What happened to him was absolutely horrendous. Please keep Max Lewis and his family in your prayers….”