Around 6 p.m. Sunday, the Chicago Police Marine Unit responded to numerous calls of a boat speeding around the harbor, and crashing into other boats docked in Burnham Harbor.
Wounded veterans were spending a few days biking, sailing, and water skiing around the Chicago area as they look forward to attending the Air & Water Show on the lakefront.
Four people went into the water when their boat capsized about 7 miles off shore from the 31st Street marina around 7 p.m. Saturday. A fisherman rescued the a man who had been on the boat Sunday morning, and rescue crews found a woman two hours later, but she died.
A man was pulled from Burnham Harbor early Sunday after he fell in the water, police said.
Emergency crews rescued a group of boaters after their vessel caught fire in Lake Michigan early Sunday.
If you start noticing more boats patrolling Lake Michigan and the river – it’s because of the NATO summit, as you might have guessed.
The Chicago Police Marine Unit has recovered the bodies of two men who went missing in Lake Michigan.
The passengers on the power boat “Surrender” all survived the boat’s sinking Saturday night about half a mile out from Burnham Harbor, even though one passenger said there weren’t enough life jackets to go around.
Fire department personnel rescued a woman who fell out of a boat Saturday near Belmont Harbor — the third rescue of the day.