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2-year-old girl killed in Roseland apartment fire; unit had no working smoke detectors, CFD says

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The child was found under debris in the bedroom of a second-floor unit. Two adults from the unit had escaped when firefighters arrived. The rear door of the unit appeared to be locked and someone may have jumped to safety from a window. There were no working smoke detectors inside.
1 month ago·Chicago, United States

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