Firefighters rescued two adults and a child this morning from a fire in Chicago’s West Pullman neighborhood.
Chicago (IL) Fire Department firefighters arrived at 5:30 a.m. at a two-story house and saw flames spreading quickly in the front of the building, according to a Chicago Tribune report (http://trib.in/ZLUzpc).
The back of the building was boarded up, and firefighters saw two adults and a girl standing near second story windows in the front. Firefighters used a ladder to access the victims and bring them to safety.
Officials say the fire is suspicious in nature.
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