Four Rescued from Chicago House Fire

Chicago firefighters rescued four people from a house fire Monday evening, according to reports.

According to the department’s Twitter account, firefighters rescued the patients from the window of a bungalow at 7810 S. Prairie Ave. that was heavily involved in fire.

Two male patients, 54 and 63 years old, were transported in good condition to a local medical facility to be checked out for smoke inhalation. A 71-year-old female was transported in fair condition to another facility with smoke inhalation, and a 39-year-old male was transported in serious condition with smoke inhalation.

No smoke alarms were heard, the department reported.

According to WGN 9, all those rescued are expected to be okay.

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