Excerpts abc7chicago.com:

A 7-month-old baby boy was killed in a South Side house fire early Sunday, just one day after his parents got married. The baby’s father was in critical condition Sunday evening for injuries sustained in the fire. The boy’s mother and six other children – ages 1 to 17 — also escaped from the home.

The baby was identified as Treshawn Estes and the baby’s parents, Samuel (Tony) Estes, 51, and Shamekia Williamson, 37, were married on Saturday. They had a blended family of seven children. Samuel Estes sustained cuts, bruises and burns after jumping out of a second-floor window to escape the flames.

The fire broke out at about 2 a.m. in a home in the 1700 block of West 59th Street in the West Englewood neighborhood. Police on routine patrol were the first to help. Two officers went inside the home and one broke a window so they could get in.

When firefighters arrived, the first floor of the house engulfed in flames. Fire officials say the fire was accidental and started from a stove. It was immediately unclear if the home had working smoke detectors.