CHICAGO (CBS) — A fire left a dog dead Wednesday evening in the Jeffery Manor neighborhood.
The raging flames broke out in a house in the 10100 block of South Crandon Avenue, the Fire Department said.READ MORE: Saint Sabina Plans To Withhold Monthly Assessments From Archdiocese Of Chicago Until Conclusion Of Investigation On Father Michael Pfleger
Four people who were inside the home escaped unharmed, but a dog did not survive.READ MORE: After Sharing Struggle To Find COVID-19 Vaccine, Political And Media Consultant Delmarie Cobb Has Now Received One
The Fire Department said the home’s smoke detectors were working properly.MORE NEWS: Where To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine In The Chicago Area
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