CHICAGO (CBS)– A fire in West Englewood displaced six people Thursday morning.
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2019 W 68th, Six (6) occupants, Three (3) transported, All adults transported to Christ, St. Bernards, Holy Cross, All Yellow, Two (2) of the victims rescued by CFD via arial ladder from second floor, Three (3) awaiting human services 4-1-8. pic.twitter.com/nAkWBckehtREAD MORE: Jussie Smollett Can Keep Attorney Who Spoke To Witnesses In Criminal Case, But Other Lawyers Must Cross-Examine Osundairo Brothers
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According to the Chicago Fire Department, two people were rescued with aerial ladders from the second floor of the home located at 2019 W. 68th St. around 3 a.m.
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Officials said the fire started in the back of the house.