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Chicago Firefighter Down at Apartment Fire on South Saint Louis Ave Near Ogden Avenue, Chicago

CHICAGO FIREFIGHTER TRANSPORTED FROM APARTMENT FIRE SCENE TO MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL IN LIFE-THREATENING CONDITION A Chicago firefighter is listed in serious-to-critical condition at Mount Sinai Hospital after being transported in life-threatening condition a from an apartment fire scene on Saint Louis Avenue, according to the Chicago Fire Department. Chicago police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 8:47 […]

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Vehicle Fire on 7th Floor Parking Garage at John Hancock Brings 2-11 Alarm Fire Response

Chicago police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 9:09 AM Sunday February 11, 2018 to a report of an auto fire in the 7th floor of the John Hancock Center parking garage at 149 East Delaware Chicago, Il. Battalion Chief 1 reported there was heavy smoke on the 7th floor parking garage and that crews were having […]

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House Fire on West Van Buren St Near Cicero Ave, Chicago Injures 1 Resident and 3 Firefighters

Chicago police, firefighters, and paramedics responded about 11:40 AM Monday January 8, 2018 to a report of a house fire at 4828 West Van Buren Chicago, Il. Police and firefighter/paramedics on the discovered a house fire with an injured victim and an exposure building. Update: Firefighter being transported to Stroger for minor burns. Still have […]

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Small Fire in a Newsstand at Chicago’s Ogilvie Transportation Center, Smoke in Mezzanine Level

Chicago police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 8:49 PM Sunday to a report of a fire at the Ogilvie Transportation Center 500 West Madison Street Chicago, Il. Police and firefighter/paramedics received a report that a fire in the high-rise building the Chicago Metra train station. The first Chicago fire crew on arrival reported nothing showing from […]

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Chicago: 4 Firefighters Injured by Backdraft at Apartment Fire on Potomac Ave

Chicago Fire Department Fire Commissioner and fire officials told media that four firefighters suffered 1st- and 2nd-degree burns after the flames from a kitchen apartment fire and a backdraft suddenly intensified. The intense heat forced some firefighters to jump from a second story window onto some awnings. Chicago Fire Department Commissioner Jose Santiago said firefighters […]

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Four Chicago Firefighters Injured at Apartment Fire on W Potomac Ave Near Lamon Ave, Chicago — “All Stable at Moment”

Chicago Fire Department media reports there were four injured firefighters with “all stable at moment” after an apartment fire on West Potomac Avenue. Five civilians were assessed by paramedics and refused transportation. Six residents were displaced. Chicago police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 12:08 PM Sunday to a report of an apartment fire with black smoke […]

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Apartment Fire on W Potomac Ave Near Lamon Ave, Chicago — Mayday, Still and Box, EMS Plan 1

Chicago police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 12:08 PM Sunday to a report of an apartment fire with black smoke on 4926 W Potomac Avenue Chicago, Il. Chicago police, firefighters, and paramedics received a report of an apartment fire with thick black smoke. Engine 117’s crew on arrival reported light smoke showing by 12:09 p.m. Tower […]

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Fire in Trump Tower Trash Compactor on 50th Floor Extinguished by Sprinklers, Wabash Ave, Chicago

Chicago police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 9:06 AM Thursday to a report of a fire at Trump Tower, 401 North Wabash Avenue Chicago, IL. Police and firefighter/paramedics received a report of a fire on an upper floor at Trump Tower. On arrival, firefighters learned that there was a fire in a trash compactor on the […]

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Chicago Firefighter Killed When He Fell into Elevator Shaft at Vacant Warehouse Fire

Chicago firefighters responded about 2:40 am. Monday to a warehouse fire on at 9213 South Baltimore Avenue in the city’s South Chicago neighborhood. Engine 46 crew reported smoke showing from the back of the warehouse at about 2:44 a.m. The crew from Truck 17 positioned at the front of the building, and sometime soon afterward […]

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Chicago Fire Department: John Hancock Center Fire Was “Accidental” Caused by Candle

WITNESS VIDEO: A fire broke out on the 50th floor of the John Hancock Center skyscraper in Chicago, Saturday, injuring at least on person. A fire in a 50th floor residential unit Saturday, November 22, 2015 has been ruled accidental and caused by a candle, according to Chicago Fire Department Office of Fire Investigation. Chicago […]

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