3 Chicago firefighters hurt in fire
One firefighter suffered a cut on his face, another hurt his leg when a stairwell collapsed and a third suffered fatigue
By Tina Sfondeles
CHICAGO — A mother and daughter were rescued from a second-story window in an extra-alarm fire at which three Chicago firefighters were injured Saturday morning in Little Village.
Firefighters arrived to find flames throughout the three-flat. They used ladders to rescue the mother and daughter from a second-floor window in the rear of the building in the 4300 block of West 25th Place, Fire Department Spokesman Joe Roccasalva said.
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