Blaze at Logan Square home leaves woman in grave condition

A woman was badly hurt in a fire that authorities say started in a basement. A dog was also resuscitated at the scene, the Chicago Fire Department said.

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Three people were killed in separate crashes across the Chicago area during a winter storm early Saturday.

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A woman is hospitalized after being rescued from a house fire in Logan Square on Sunday morning, fire officials said.

The woman, 36, was in a 1.5 story home in the 2500 block of North Harding Avenue when a fire started in the basement, according to the Chicago Fire Department. She was taken to Community First Medical Center, where she was in “grave” condition.

A dog was also resuscitated at the scene.

The fire was extinguished, and the fire department is investigating.

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