Person pulled from Lake Michigan on Near North Side

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A person was pulled from Lake Michigan Sunday afternoon on the Near North Side.

About 2:50 p.m., the Chicago Fire Department and the Chicago Police Marine Unit were in the 900 block of North Lake Shore Drive, where the person was pulled from the water, according to Chicago Police.

The person, whose age and gender was unknown, was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital in an unknown condition, police said.

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