CHICAGO (CBS)– A man was pulled to safety from a burning house overnight in the South Chicago neighborhood.
Flames were seen pouring from the second floor of the home near 84th Street and Escanaba Avenue.READ MORE: Investigation Underway After 'Disturbance' On Blue Line Train At Oak Park Station
Firefighters pulled the 34-year-old man to safety, after a neighbor told them he was still inside. The man is in fair condition Wednesday morning, with burns to his arms.READ MORE: Police Investigating 2 Fatal Shooting Incidents In West Pullman Less Than A Mile Apart
The fire department told CBS 2, four adults and four children lived in the home. They won’t be allowed back inside because of the extensive damage.
The cause of the fire is unknown at this time.MORE NEWS: 9 Rogers Park Businesses Giving Out Free Seed Packets For Earth Day
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