Sheriff’s deputies respond to the The Sheridan at Green Oaks, 29330 North Waukegan Road in unincorporated Libertyville, after a person shot was dropped off in the parking lot Sunday evening. | Photo: Craig / Captured News

A seriously injured victim, who was shot in Waukegan, was dropped off at an ambulance that was on the scene of an unrelated call at an assisted living facility near Libertyville.

The Libertyville Fire Department was on the scene around 8:55 p.m. Sunday of a medical call at The Sheridan at Green Oaks, 29330 North Waukegan Road in unincorporated Libertyville.

Lake County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Chief Christopher Covelli said paramedics were tending to their patient.

A vehicle abruptly pulled into the parking lot and a man exited the car.

Sheriff’s deputies respond to the The Sheridan at Green Oaks, 29330 North Waukegan Road in unincorporated Libertyville, after a person shot was dropped off in the parking lot Sunday evening. | Photo: Craig / Captured News

He approached the paramedics and reported he had been shot, Covelli said.

The vehicle fled the assisted living facility parking lot at a high rate of speed.

Paramedics began tending to the man who had been shot and notified the sheriff’s office and requested a second ambulance to the scene.

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Deputies arrived and learned the actual shooting likely happened during an incident on the border of Waukegan and North Chicago.

Sheriff’s deputies respond to the The Sheridan at Green Oaks, 29330 North Waukegan Road in unincorporated Libertyville, after a person shot was dropped off in the parking lot Sunday evening. | Photo: Craig / Captured News

The North Chicago Police Department said the shooting happened in the 1100 block of 10th Street on the Waukegan side of the border.

Waukegan Deputy Police Chief Scott Chastain said the shooting may have stemmed from an incident that occurred at the bar near 10th Street and Glenn Drive.

The victim, a 35-year-old Waukegan, was transported to the hospital and sedated.

He was stabilized and his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

Investigators had not interviewed the victim as of Monday because of him being sedated, Chastain said.