Three Hurt in Chicago High-Rise Fire

Firefighter among the injured

 

(ABC7 Chicago)

 

HighRise Ops Staff

CHICAGO, Illinois -A fire in a Kenwood neighborhood high-rise on Wednesday left two people and a firefighter injured, according to ABC7 Chicago.

The fire was on the second floor of the 22-story building in the 4800-block of South Lake Park Avenue.

Two occupants were transported University of Chicago Medical Center for smoke inhalation.

A firefighter was transported for minor injuries.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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Firefighter among the injured     HighRise Ops Staff CHICAGO, Illinois -A fire in a Kenwood neighborhood high-rise on Wednesday left two people and a firefighter injured, according to ABC7 Chicago. The fire was on the second floor of the 22-story building in the 4800-block of South Lake Park Avenue. Two occupants were transported University […]

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