This from Steve Redick:

The string of 11th battalion workers continues. ¬†This one was at Resurrection Hospital, a major hospital complex about a block from my house. Came in as a “cold box” and companies reported a fire in the chapel area on the 2nd floor. The alarm eventually rose to a 3-11 and EMS plan 1 with a special call for the MVU from O’Hare Field. This brought the brand new Engine 9 as well.
Not much to see from the outside but it sounded like they had quite a bit of hidden fire that was difficult to expose, as well as difficulties ventilating the fire area. It also sounded like they relocated numerous patients within the building. A moderate amount of light smoke was visible at the roofline for a bit. A very unusual incident to say the least, and I’m sure there were issues and concerns that I could not see from the outside.

Steve

Chicago fire truck at night

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Chicago fire trucks at night

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smoke from Catholic hospital at night

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Chicago fire trucks at night

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Chicago fire truck at night

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Chicago fire truck at night

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Chicago fire truck at night

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Chicago fire truck at night

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Chicago fire truck at night

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Chicago fire truck at night

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Chicago FD ambulances at night

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Chicago fire truck at night

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Chicago FD mobile communications van

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