CHICAGO (CBS) — The seven firefighters who were injured while battling a house fire in Roseland on Saturday have been released from hospital.
The fire started around 3 p.m. near 112th and Princeton.
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Three of the firefighters were in the house and four on the porch when a flashover occurred.
Those in the house were able to escape, but the four outside were blown through the porch.
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The fire department originally tweeted that “CFD had a Mayday response.”
It took a hundred men to put out the fire.
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The woman who lived in the house was not there when it happened.