Cops Pull ‘Completely Submerged’ Man From Icy Chicago River


The man remained in critical condition this morning. The rescue unfolded around 12:15 a.m. when residents heard someone screaming for help and called police. Chicago police officers Fred Estrada and Wane Kramer pulled the man from the Chicago River early Friday morning near the intersection of East Illinois Street and North Lake Shore Drive. Ice chunks were floating in the water near the mans head…

The Chicago Tribune has all the details.

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