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Crime Toddler dies after being rescued from fire in Burnside; elderly man still critical

19:30  26 january  2020
19:30  26 january  2020 Source:   abc7chicago.com

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An elderly man in his 80s died after he was pulled from a house fire and rushed to the hospital late Friday night. WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports.

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A 2-year-old boy has died from his injuries after being rescued last Wednesday from a residential fire in Burnside on the South Side, Chicago police said.

According to officials, firefighters rescued the 2-year-old along with a 94-year-old man after a fire broke out shortly before 4:30 p.m at a two-story building in the 700-block of East 91st street.

The toddler, identified as Jacurion D. Lewis, was taken to Comer Children's Hospital and passed away Saturday morning, the Cook County medical examiner's office said.

a building covered in snow: Boy, 2, dies after being rescued from Burnside fire; elderly man still critical© Provided by ABC 7 Chicago Boy, 2, dies after being rescued from Burnside fire; elderly man still critical An autopsy has been scheduled to determine the cause and manner of his death.

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Firefighters were alerted to the fire shortly after 5:30 a . m . Tuesday and quickly found out that the woman still was trapped inside the home. She was in critical condition when she was rushed to a hospital, firefighters said. Her son, who also had breathed in a lot of smoke, stayed behind to make

(AP) — An elderly man who was sent to a hospital on Cape Cod for injuries sustained in a house fire has died . WBZ-TV reports the unidentified Firefighters used chainsaws to open the roof of the large house, and extinguished the flames shortly before midnight. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Officials said the 94-year-old man also rescued from the fire was taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center where he remains in serious condition.

His identify has not been released at this time.

"He's a nice old man," said neighbor Lisa Hudson. "A very nice old man. He sits and watches the kids, he takes care of the kids. He's a very nice old man."

No one else was found in the building, the fire department said.

However, ten residents were displaced as a result of the fire, police said.

According to officials, the fire was ruled non-criminal in nature and may have been started by a space heater.

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