A man was seriously injured jumping from a fire at a single-occupancy hotel this morning in Chicago, Illinois.
The fire broke out shortly after 8 a.m. on the fourth floor of the structure, according to the Chicago Tribune (http://bit.ly/1fp5eev). A man who lived in the room where the fire started suffered burns and injuries from the fall, and he was transported in critical condition.
A second person was rescued from the building but was not injured.
Read additional details about the fire at http://bit.ly/1fp5eev.
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