From Bill Carey’s Backstepfirefighter.com web site January 2, 2011, a must read and link to….
On Friday, 31 December, Chicago firefighters rescued two squatters during the still-and-box alarm at 4322 West Jackson Boulevard. Firefighters found the two on the second floor of the vacant building and removed them without incurring any injuries.
On Saturday, 1 January, firefighters responded to 4315 West 25th Place where the rescue of a mother and daughter were done. Three firefighters were among the six persons injured during this fire in a multiple-dwelling. One firefighter suffered a cut to his face; another a leg injury during a stairway collapse; and the third from fatigue.
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“Fire Injures Six on SW Side”, WLS-TV
“Mom, Daughter Rescued from Apartment Fire”, MyFoxChicago
“Mother, Child Rescued in Blaze that Injured Three Firefighters”, Chicago Sun-Times
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