Chicago Firefighters Battle Second 2-11 Alarm Fire in Less Than 24 Hours With Rescues Made in Both



Chicago Firefighters were busy over the last 24 Hours.  Companies responded to their second 2-11 Alarm Fire early this morning.  Chicago Firefighters made rescues in both 2-11 Alarm Fires.  The second fire in the Greater Grand Crossing Neighborhood injured a 72 year old woman.  The fire located at 7626 S Ingleside broke out around 05:30 this morning and multiple rescues were made.

CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - A 72-year-old woman was injured in a two-alarm fire in the South Side Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood Thursday morning.

A neighbor who spotted the flames says he used a garden hose to contain the fire until firefighters arrive on scene. Firefighters responded to the burning home around 5:30 a.m. in the 7600 block of South Ingleside.  The woman was taken to Jackson Park Hospital and Medical Center with “minor” injuries, police said.

Neighbors who live in the area told FOX 32’s Joanie Lum two adult men were also rescued from the burning home…Continue Reading Here

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