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Archive | April 19th, 2018

NFL Schedule Premature Peak: Jimmy Garoppolo vs Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay on MNF, October 15, 2018?

The NFL’s full schedule is going to be released later this evening, but one of the scheduled games “leaked” out prematurely is the San Francisco 49ers vs Green Bay Packers game which will be played on prime time television the evening of October 15, 2018 — Monday Night Football. The game, of course, will likely […]

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Two Die in House Fire on Kippling Ln Near Churchill Ln, Highland Park — Unknown on Smoke Detectors

A home on Kippling Lane was destroyed overnight, but the Lake County Coroner’s Office could not confirm the IDs of the victims, and did not release any details about the victims. Highland Park police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 1:16 AM Wednesday April 18, 2018 to a report of a house fire at 2088 Kippling Lane […]

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Posted in FIREBLOG C

Schaumburg Fire Department, Community Welcome New Squad 55 with Wet Down Ceremony

Wet Down Ceremony Schaumburg Fire Department Squad 55 Monday April 16, 2018 (Time 32:25). A fire department tradition that goes back to the days of horse-drawn fire engines in the late 1800s was brought to life Monday April 16, 2018 at Schaumburg Fire Department Station 55. The celebration of the arrival of a new piece […]

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Posted in FIREBLOG B

Black Ice Alert for Motorists and Pedestrians in Chicagoland; Ice-Related Crashes Reported

Icing overnight with light snow and freezing drizzle. Elevated roadways, bridges and all concrete pedestrian sidewalks and porches are especially slippery following a mid-April minor storm with light snow and freezing drizzle that ended by 3:00 a.m. overnight. Firefighter/paramedics will likely be busy this morning with an extra number of crashes and pedestrian slips and […]

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