CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago Police have opted not to charge anyone in the death of a dog which plunged 43 floors to its death this morning, under unusual circumstances.
Residents of the building at 360 E. South Water St., such as Gwen Sylvain, don’t see how it is possible for two animals to plunge off the same balcony in three days.
“It’s tragic. I am heartbroken. I have cried my heart out about that, because I saw that dog,” said Gwen Sylvain, who has lived in the building since it opened six years ago, and considers herself an unofficial “pet mommy” to many of the animals who live in the high rise.