2 children among 5 hurt in South Shore fire
The blaze was reported at a building in the 7700 block of South South Shore Drive and was extinguished by 8:45 a.m., according to Chicago fire officials.
Five people were injured, including two children, after a fire broke out at an apartment building Saturday morning in South Shore.
The blaze was reported at a building in the 7700 block of South South Shore Drive and several residents had to be rescued from the higher floors, according to Chicago fire officials.
Two children and three other people were taken to a hospital, officials said. One of the injured was a woman who was listed in “very critical” condition but was stabilized at the hospital.
7733 south shore struck out. Two transports one yellow one very critical. pic.twitter.com/n75e5bCGFo— Chicago Fire Media (@CFDMedia) June 19, 2021
The blaze was extinguished by 8:45 a.m., officials said.
The cause of the fire was under investigation.
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