Firefighter hospitalized after Bridgeport fire

SHARE Firefighter hospitalized after Bridgeport fire
SHARE Firefighter hospitalized after Bridgeport fire

A firefighter was hospitalized Saturday morning after a fire in the Bridgeport neighborhood.

Crews were called at 6:35 for the fire in the 500 block of West 31st, Chicago Fire Department spokesman Jeff Lyle said. It was extinguished by 6:55 a.m.

The firefighter experienced fatigue-related medical problems afterwards and was taken to Stroger Hospital, where his condition was stabilized, Lyle said.

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