Man rescued after falling into Chicago River downtown

SHARE Man rescued after falling into Chicago River downtown

A man was rescued after falling into the Chicago River downtown Thursday afternoon.

The man, whose exact age wasn’t available, fell into the river near State Street about 2:20 p.m., according to the police and fire officials.

The police marine unit rescued him and he was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where his condition stabilized, authorities said.

Additional details were not available.

The Latest
A scorecard would help sort out all the characters in Netflix’s slick and preposterous thriller series.
Victims of domestic abuse can now use a QR code to access a website that directs them to agencies that can help, orders of protection, shelters and legal aid.
Forward DeMar DeRozan left in the third quarter with a strained right quadriceps and didn’t return. He declined to meet with the media afterward.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell seeks to reassure Americans that their money was safe after the failure of Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank as the Fed continues to fight inflation.