Officers still hospitalized; chief describes chaotic day

The shooting of two Milwaukee officers on the south side did not end the gunfire in the city on Tuesday.

Three hours later, police say a man just released from prison that day would shoot and kill a 24-year-old man on the north side, marking at least the city's 38th homicide this year.

On Wednesday, Police Chief Edward Flynn reflected on the chaos of it all, crediting his officers' professionalism and the citizens on both sides of town who helped to bring suspects in each shooting into custody.

"It was quite a day," the chief said.

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