Four rescued from Humboldt Park fire on North Avenue


Closeup at back end of second floor corridor that runs from front to back of building


Room on east side of building

Four were rescued from an 8 a.m. fire in the 2600 west block of North Ave. Nov. 30, according to Larry Langford, Chicago Fire Department's Director of Media Affairs and Communications.


On east side of corridor

All people rescued refused transport to medical facilities. There is an on going investigation, no cause was determined by end of day Friday.


Room on west side of corridor


Looking up from second floor through the ceiling

The upper floor of the Humboldt Park two-story building, with retail on the first floor, appears to have had illegal aliens living in a questionably "configured" interior.

The door to a room at the front of the second floor was locked. A gentleman said a friend lived there but no one responded to his knocks and and calls.



How is the residents'

How is the residents' immigration statuses relevant to this article? It's distasteful, at best.

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