CHICAGO (CBS) — A dozen homeless people now have to find a different place to live after their tents under the Kennedy Expressway caught fire.
Flames broke out Monday morning around 10:00. No one was hurt.
The Chicago Fire Department said an open fire sparked the blaze.
Media info /CFD has no evidence that an accelerant was involved in the fire in the encampment under the Kennedy at Belmont. CFD had 3 patients. No transports (Langford)
— Chicago Fire Media (@CFDMedia) October 5, 2020